I still have my Great-Grandmother’s last car.
1977 Pontiac Le Mans with 34,000 miles on it. I am the 3rd owner, Grannie being the first.
Maybe not a true “land yacht”, but it is a sedan that can comfortably seat six adults.
The 1981 Buick Le Sabre Two Door that I drove in high school was not a true land yacht either, but I did put a few sets of hinge pins and bushings in it. Those doors were huge!
A gal that I dated in college had a 1977 Cadillac Sedan de Ville. It had a backseat big enough for five or six people to sit in it and another four up front. That car was more like an aircraft carrier than an automobile. Although with a 500 CID Cadillac V-8 it would still get up and go. Even with a carload of people AND two horses in the trailer behind it! I could not imagine feeding that cars appetite with today’s gasoline prices.....
Now how exactly did we get to talking about land yachts anyhow?