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Black Ford F-650 Limo Bus For Sale

Posted on October 6, 2014

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the week is a 2005 Ford F-650, that was converted in 2014 to become a limo bus. The coach is from American Limousine Sales in Los Angeles, and has a listing price of $59,995.

The vehicle currently has 56,987 miles, and can be leased to own, with $19,995 due at signing and $1,249 per month for 60 months. The large limo bus is great for parties and bachelor/bachelorette parties, and has a rugged frame and construction for increased durability.

It has a Cummings Diesel engine with Allison automatic transmission. It has a single winode deigns, as well as jet entry door. The interior has a wood floor with dancing pole, as well as two-tone colored upholstery, wet bar, and upgraded sound and entertainment system.

Vehicle Details:

Make/model                                                        Ford F-650 Stretch Limo

Year                                                                     2005

Miles                                                                    56,987

Price                                                                    $59,995

Passenger Capacity                                           28

Location                                                              Los Angeles, Calif.

For more information about this vehicle, go to www.LimoForSale.com.

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Comments ( 7 )
  • Johnny

     | about 6 months ago

    Hammer your wrong my younger brother got this specially built out in California. My older brother owned Top Notch limousines out here in Tucson. It caught fire from a electrical fire do to the Stereo system. So Who ever you are your lieing about your brother owning this limousine. I got pictures of this limousine getting built from th he ground up. My younger brother put his vision and had the limousine company build it for him. It cost my brother $200,000 to build the limousine

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