You’re commuting to work and you’re used to the stop and go traffic of a crowded city, but how about waiting in line to get past the longest line of Ford vehicles ever?
Taking down a previous record established in North America, Bulgarian owners of Ford vehicles gathered together and a total of 1527 vehicles formed the longest queue of Ford vehicles in the world for a new Guinness World Record – the feat occurred near Sofia, Bulgaria, this past weekend. By the way, the tally actually stood at more than 2300 units that were present in the 2-mile (3.2 kilometers) caravan – but some of them didn’t count as light vehicles and thus didn’t make it into the final coverage by the Guinness officials. The parade of course had many different models, from popular entries such as the Fiesta, Focus and Mondeo to rare or classic vehicles including the Taunus, Probe, Mercury, Granada, Maverick, Cougar, Thunderbird, Cobra, etc. There was even a classic Model A from the 1930s.
The new record has been officially credited to the organizers by the Guinness World Records. The previous achievement – the longest queue of Ford vehicles – was a parade that formed out of 829 vehicles that participated in an event held back in 2014 in North America. There are also other brands that made the same achievement. For example, 2420 Jeep models gathered Pennsylvania, the U.S., on 12 June 2015 – or a total of 742 Toyota vehicles queued back in 2015 in Nicosia, Cyprus.