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Ford Transit Keeps You Ballin' On A Budget

Lexi Tucker
Posted on October 7, 2019

The exterior is shiny and new (Photo: limoforsale.com)

The exterior is shiny and new (Photo: limoforsale.com)

KANKAKEE, Ill. — Let's face it: There aren't many people willing to cram themselves into a traditional stretch. This new 2018 Ford Transit van limo built by Battisti Customs now available on limoforsale.com for $79,500 at 258 miles provides a roomy space for a good time.

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The inside of the vehicle looks ready for a night out on the town (Photo: limoforsale.com)

The inside of the vehicle looks ready for a night out on the town (Photo: limoforsale.com)

The vehicle can seat up to 13 passengers and has amenities like tinted windows, fiber optic lighting, touch screen entertainment, iPod aux integration, wrap around seating, mood lighting, window shades, and a TV/DVD player.

There are plenty of things to keep clients entertained and will have them coming back for their next event. 

For a detailed list of features, click here.

Related Topics: Battisti Customs, Ford, Ford Transit Van, Limoforsale.com, luxury vans, new vehicles, online vehicle sales, shuttle vans, vehicle sales

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