AutoBarn Classic Cars
325 McGill Ave., Ste 500
STK 2461 1983 GMC Double-Decker Bus
This 1983 GMC Double Decker Bus spent many years at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL. It was then purchased by the current owner, brought to North Carolina and fully restored. The exterior was reshot in classic red with gold trim and is in nice condition. A huge brass radiator, brass windshield frame and 'antique' brass headlights accent the front end. The driver's button-tufted front seat faces a stunning oak dashboard with antique brass gauges and a period-correct brass steering wheel. Passengers are seated in both the upper and lower levels. There are upholstered bench seats on the lower level that face to the center with a stairway in the back that leads to the second level. The beautiful, wide natural oak benches on this level face to the outside and a telescopic canopy covers the entire seating area. A GMC Inline six-cylinder engine that has been converted to propane and is backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission powers the custom bus. The chassis is equipped with power steering and power drum brakes. Classic style steel wheels (dually-rear) mount Goodyear tires in excellent condition. This unique vehicle can provide lots of fun and surely good profit for the right entrepreneur. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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