This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2007 GMC C5500 made by LGE Coachworks. A quality and dependable limo bus, the cabin is built to entertain with an extra roomy corridor and ample dance floor with leather bench seating around the perimeter. The LED lighting changes color to fit different moods, and the two bar chests are stationed on opposite sides within easy reach for guests.
A high-quality sound system and big screen TV rounds out the interior, while the high ceiling provides guests with lots of headroom and an open and spacious environment.
The vehicle has 89,000 miles and is listed at $67,900.
Make and Model GMC C5500
Coach Builder LGE Coachworks
Customer Capacity 26
Fuel Type Diesel
Location North East, Penn.
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