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Old 01-03-2015, 02:13 AM   #11
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Year: 1986
Coachwork: Crown Super Coach
Chassis: Built on a Crown Chassis
Engine: 300HP BIG CAM TURBO 855
Rated Cap: 78
New Tires........New Brakes......New or rebuilt air brake relief valves front and back.......Replacement of all significant braided ground wires which had turned to dust and about 7 or 8 days of pretty intense reconstruction.

This is a 1966 Intercity raised roof Crown at 35 feet. Custom built for Hewlett Packard-Neely. Bus came originally equipped with the 220 Cummins and a 13 speed Spicer Transmission.

As this Crown sits today it has a 375 HP 855 cu. in. Turbo charged Cummins Big Cam. Mated to a 5 speed Allison automatic transmission fully mechanical and sits on 24.5 inch Alcoas.

This Crown cruises 75 MPH at about 1800 RPM........At 2250 RPM it buries the needle. And of course has what sets all real Crowns apart from any other pretender. That would be the mid-engine configuration and the largest brakes in the Industry. Lending to it's legendary build quality is it's legendary handling. The finest Coach ever built in America bar none.

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Old 01-03-2015, 02:30 AM   #12
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Join Date: Apr 2009
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Year: 1986
Coachwork: Crown Super Coach
Chassis: Built on a Crown Chassis
Engine: 300HP BIG CAM TURBO 855
Rated Cap: 78
Crown guy says............... I stated their current revenue making status in order
to encourage interest because they are in superb mechanical condition
and require no effort, or money, to possess a 100k+ mile capable coach

Are you offering this warranty with the purchase of this coach?


Or is this just another come on grown from your fertile mind full of sycophantic vipers........???? LMAO.................another one of your schemes. Do you own these buses? Can you put us in contact with the Seller? Or is that out of the question? In other words if I wanted one would I have to buy it from you or could I deal directly with the owner? Probably not.
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