Solid-Built Shuttle Bus Ready For New Owner

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 5, 2018

LINDEN, N.J. — Even if you're not ready to jump into motorcoaches just yet, perhaps it's time to try a larger minibus. This used 2012 Ford F-650 shuttle bus built by Tiffany Coachworks would be a good place to start. It's now for sale on for $105,000 at 45,675 miles.


The executive shuttle bus comes with a lavatory, wood grain laminate floor, a CD/DVD player, AM/FM stereo, six flip down flat panels plus one large 50 inch in front, an intercom system, full rear cargo with electric step, electric plug door side door with electric step, six cylinder Cummins engine with Allison transmission, back up camera, fog lights, custom bumper, custom Amaya seats with recline and arm rest, magazine holders, 12-volt outlets, color wash ceiling, and color changing RGB in the side rails.

The seller says the roof top AC was replaced two months ago. It's a 155,000 BTU air con/heating unit which is two zoned. The vehicle also has air brakes, air suspension, and air driver's seat. "This unit is selling for half the price of a new unit with more upgrades," they write.

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