Sometimes you just gotta say, “What the cluck?!” Witnessing the bright yellow, a royal ride known as Chicken Limo might just be one of those occasions–not in a bad way though. This lemon-colored capon-car is topped with an enormous chicken head and tail feathers. It can even cluck, gobble and give a loud cock-a-doodle-doo.
However, not everyone gets to strut in style. The poultry powers of this bird-topped, super sedan have only been hatched in two cities so far: Jacksonville, Florida, and Indianapolis, Indiana.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
Answer: To pick up passengers, of course! Chicken Limo can accommodate up to eight “eggcited” travelers (larger groups are encouraged to use the Hippo Party Bus or Dragon Wagon). The fine-feathered, fancy limo is luxuriously decked out with leather seats, three televisions, a subwoofer sound system, and an iPod touch loaded with tunes. Each amber avian auto also has ice-filled coolers for those who might want to get clucked up.
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
Aside from making a very noticeable entrance at prom or a similar formal occasion, Chicken Limo is perfect for just about any special event or function. Keep in mind just because this limo has a giant chicken head and tail feathers on the roof, it is NOT considered foul play to take a quick detour during your journey. Stopping at KFC, Zaxby’s, or Chick-fil-a would be a real treat in this big bird.
“Specialty Limos LLC has operated the Chicken Limo since 2006. We chauffeur party goers, business clients, and chicken enthusiasts all over Indianapolis and surrounding cities. The Chicken Limo is a limousine service in Indianapolis unlike any other. We safely transport people in chicken style for weddings, special events, bachelor & bachelorette parties, corporate functions, sporting events, brewery & winery tours, concerts, and many other festive occasions!”– Chicken Limo Website (IN)
Riding like avian aristocracy requires remittance. Commuters clucking in Indianapolis can expect to pay $100 for a one-hour haul on any given day. Booking for two hours and more gets a discount. Monday-Thursday the hourly rate drops to $75/hr, and Friday-Sunday the multi-hour discount drops to $85/hr. There is an additional surcharge for pickups outside of the I-465 area. Online booking is available.
Those taking a journey in Jacksonville for an hour or less Monday-Sunday will pay $135/hr. Riding two or more hours on Monday-Thursday runs $85/hr. Friday-Saturday the price goes up to $95/hr. There is a $25 additional fee for fares outside of the I-295 beltway. Reservations can be requested online.
Hatching a Plan
The Chicken Limo in Jacksonville, FL has a separate website for more information. Those wishing to call can dial 904-251-4767.