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Used 2001 Freightliner Is a Motorcoach-Sized Bargain

Posted on November 11, 2013

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2001 Freightliner Motorcoach that has a hardwood floor with French grey ruffled seats to give guests the ultimate in comfort during travel. Located in Los Angeles, Calif., from American Limousine Sales, the vehicle has 145,677 miles, but has been kept in tip-top shape and still runs very well. The spacious cabin features a mirrored ceiling, fiber optic lighting, dome lights, surround sound stereo system, lasers, restroom, automatic transmission, rear heavy duty air conditioning and heating, 42-inch big screen TV, DVD player, AM/FM radio, CD player, stripper pole, and more.

This limo bus has plenty of entertaining nights left in it, and a leasing option is available to help you get this on the road sooner. The listing price is $48,995, with a leasing option of $14,995 down, and $1,199 for 48 months to own.

Vehicle Details:

Make and Model                               Freightliner Motorcoach

Year                                                      2001

Mileage                                              145,677

Customer Capacity                            36

Listing Price                                       $48,995

Location                                              Los Angeles, Calif.

For more information about this listing, go to www.limoforsale.com.

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