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This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2008 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van that has been converted to accommodate wheelchair passengers. The retrofit was done by Midwest Automotive Designs out of Elkhart, Ind., to give it the entertainment amenities of a limo bus, like wet bar, premium sound, and satellite flat screen TV, and the vehicle can accommodate up to seven passengers and a wheelchair.
The wheelchair lift is a Braun UVL Series installed just over a year ago, and it has an EZ Lock Mechanism and wheelchair straps included. The cabin features a mini bar with ice chest, refrigerator, microwave oven, pull-out tray table, and wrap-around leather seating.
The vehicle is great for a family that wants a nice, wheelchair accessible vehicle, or for a limo service looking to cater to clients with wheelchair mobility needs. This is a rare opportunity to own a plush luxury wheelchair vehicle at a great value for your money.
Make & Model: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
Year Built: 2008
Mileage: 51663 miles
Customer Capacity: 7
Location: Levittown, Penn.
For more information about this listing, go to limoforsale.com.
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