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A Stretch Limo Model Ideal For Wheelchair Clients

Martin Romjue
Posted on December 28, 2015


STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- A corporate limousine service in the Atlanta region is selling a stretch limousine model that provides easy access for wheelchair clients. 

Action Limousines Worldwide, a 22-vehicle operation in business for 22 years, offers a used 2012 Mobility Ventures MV-1 on Limoforsale.com for $64,995 with 19,140 miles.

The natural-gas fueled stretch, which can seat up to eight people, was modified by Tiffany Coachworks. The 70-inch stretch retains all of the luxury amenities typical of a standard limousine.

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Related Topics: ADA vehicles, client markets, Georgia operators, Limoforsale.com, MV-1, online vehicle sales, stretch limousine, Tiffany Coachworks, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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