This Trolley Could Bring Some Charm To Your Fleet

Lexi Tucker
Posted on April 16, 2018

This gorgeous trolley could be yours! 

This gorgeous trolley could be yours! 

SANTA ROSA BEACH, Fla. — Take a look at the cover the April 2018 issue of LCT and you'll see a trolley front and center. These vintage vehicles have taken the special events world by storm because of their uniqueness and all-around fun vibe. This one built on a Chevrolet C4500 chassis is now for sale on for $59,000 at 65,000 miles.


The seller writes: "Trolleys are sure to catch everyone’s eye. Made to order and built to look like a turn-of-the-century trolley. This Hometown Trolley Carriage for sale is produced with elegant vintage features such as spiral brass, mahogany, and leather

Check out the awesome interior complete with spiral brass, mahogany, and leather grab straps.

Check out the awesome interior complete with spiral brass, mahogany, and leather grab straps.

grab straps. This 24- seater is complemented by a six speed transmission. It also comes with a bike rack, a bell (on the tower), 110 volt inverter, DVD/TV/Stereo with aux port, and functional stop sign."

They give it a mechanical, exterior, and interior condition rating of 10/10.

Related LCT article: Hometown Trolley Taps Into Vintage Vehicle Demand

Related Topics: bridal parties, coachbuilders, Hometown Trolley,, online vehicle sales, special events, Trolleys, used vehicles, vehicle sales, vintage vehicles, weddings

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