Longest Transcontinental Limousine Journey

Suna Taymaz

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Timbuktu, Mali, Africa / February 4, 2008

Mark Sinclair and Suna Taymaz drove a limousine 5959 miles across three continents, a new world record. The trip began in Las Vegas, Nevada, where they bought a 1988 Lincoln Town Car Stretch Limousine. From Las Vegas, they drove to a shipping facility in New Jersey via San Francisco, California. The vehicle shipped to Ipswich, United Kingdom where they picked it up and drove through France, Spain, Gibraltar, Morocco, Mauritania and Mali.

The trip ended on February 2, 2008 in Timbuktu, Mali. Details of the journey can be found at LimoToAfrica.org.

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  • United States G Christopher

    G Christopher

    This is an awesome picture http://www.flickr.com/photos/88296296N00/2268140348/

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    If anyone out there owns a limo and is thinking of beating this record, please get in touch. I'd love to ride shotgun, and am more than happy to chip in for gas.

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