Mumbai: How a car got converted into 26-foot limousine with a bar, LED screen and fridge
Mumbai city news: Originally, the vehicle was manufactured by Chrysler, said the sourcemumbai Updated: May 31, 2017 10:22 IST
A flying squad of Andheri regional transport office on Sunday impounded a Delhi registered car that was illegally converted into a limousine.
This was the second such case registered by the Andheri RTO this week. The 26-foot-long limousine — with lavish seating arrangement, a bar, LED lights, a small refrigerator, an LED screen and other facilities — was hired by an events management company.
Originally, the vehicle was manufactured by Chrysler, said the source. It was registered in Delhi as a maxicab in 2012 with a seating capacity of nine plus one driver.
Based on the limo’s chassis number, officials believe that the vehicle was manufactured in 2007. A flying squad led by motor vehicle inspector Aanandram Wagle and others seized the limo.
Earlier, the team had seized a vehicle modified as limo from Juhu.
First Published: May 29, 2017 00:19 IST