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LCT Editors’ Pick Of The Week: 2002 Freightliner Trolley

Posted on July 16, 2012

According to Boston-area operator Kevin Cronin of Above All Transportation, trolleys are the “new limousine of the wedding market.” Cronin spoke with LCT for a feature article about trolleys in the March/April 2012 issue of LCT Magazine and said that a trolley is a timeless vehicle and fills a new niche for weddings. Operators interested in purchasing a trolley should check out this white pre-owned 2002 Freightliner deluxe motorcoach trolley conversion listed on LimoForSale.com. It is being sold by Oxford, Mass.-based A Limo Affair for $104,900.

The vehicle is a popular choice for weddings and special events. It offers a unique, elegant and classic look and has seating for 36 and room for 50 with standing occupants. The vehicle has a rebuilt engine with 12,500 miles on it, new batteries, new Allison 545 transmission, a back-up rearview camera, refinished oak seats, new wood floor, new wood rear wall with fireplace, and a Playstation 2. It also comes with dual heating, lasers, disco lights, a fog machine, and polished brass throughout the interior.

Interested parties should visit the following link for more information: http://limoforsale.com/listing/779/2002_Freightliner_Deluxe_Motorcoach.html.

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