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“Night Moves Limo” Selling Used Krystal Mini Bus

Posted on October 26, 2015

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2007 International 3400 Mini Bus built by Krystal and owned by “Night Moves Limousine and Coach” in Mentor, Ohio. The vehicle can hold 24 passengers and has a good functioning A/C and heating unit, along with a 42-inch flat screen TV and a 19-inch TV.

It has an upgraded audio system with LED lighting in the cabin, and the windows are tinted for privacy. The unit has 104,000 miles and a listing price of $62,500. It can hold up to 24 adult passengers with luggage, and has a spacious interior with leather J-bench seating. The brakes are hydraulic with an air operated parking brake, and it has an intercom, power divider, and backup camera.

Vehicle Details:

Make/Model                                    International 3400 Mini Limo Bus

Year                                                 2007

Mileage                                           104,000

Price                                                $62,500

Passenger Capacity                       24

Location                                          Mentor, Ohio

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

 

 

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