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Used Glaval Apollo Bus Has Tiki-Styled Interior

LCT Staff
Posted on December 22, 2014

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2006 Glaval Bus that has 83,984 miles and is still in excellent running condition. Its most notable feature is a Tiki-designed stand-up bar with granite top and LED lighting. The interior also has a dancing pole, two-tone brown leather bench seating, and a Tiki-themed bathroom.

Perfect for retail functions including bachelor/bachelorrete parties and proms and weddings, and it can make any destination feel like an island getaway. It has one large 42-in. flat screen TV on the back wall, and two 32-in. TV screens on each side wall. It has a hookup for A/V for gaming systems, making it a fun vehicle for kids too, and the entertainment lighting has strobe, neon, and red laser lights that flash throughout the cabin.

The engine is a Cummins ISB-02 Diesel with an Allison 2400 Transmission, and the exterior has a custom paint job with purple flames coming off the front grill, and blue, gray, and white striping along the sides.

The listing price is $49,900 for this vehicle, located in Santa Clara, Calif.

Vehicle Details:

Make/Model                                     Glaval Apollo Bus

Year                                                       2006

Mileage                                               83,984

Listing Price                                       $49,900

Location                                               Santa Clara, Calif.

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

Related Topics: buses, group transportation, Limoforsale.com, motorcoaches, retail markets, unique vehicles, used vehicles

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