Big Luxury Buses And The Celebrities Who Ride Them

LCT Magazine
Posted on November 2, 2011
The double-decker mega-trailer pictured here is a 1,000-square-foot, 30-ton “mobile estate” for star actor Ashton Kutcher to use while filming on the set of the Emmy-winning TV show “Two and a Half Men.” It comes complete with seven 60-inch 3-D plasma TVs, a conference area, two bathrooms and a full kitchen.
 
Legendary NFL coach and sportscaster John Madden travels around in “The Madden Cruiser IV”, an MCI E4500 sporting three plasma televisions, a queen-sized bed, steam shower, sauna, high-speed Internet access and a generator big enough to power a 5,000-square-foot house.
 
Other celebrities who enjoy their own big luxury buses are Justin Bieber, Whoopi Goldberg, rap artist T.I., Dolly Parton, and of course, President Obama, whose all-black $1.1 million motorcoach likely has state-of-the art amenities that we aren’t even allowed to imagine because they’re classified (and taxpayer-funded).
 
-- Michael Campos, LCT assistant editor

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