Re: 2 running crowns (Cummins Pusher) $2500 each
I have never responded to these San Diego Crowns. I could never get past the ineptitude of the description..........However Coaches used in drivers training are, in my experience, fairly well maintained, and of course must be inspected yearly: So who knows how many years ago they were actually used, and how many years ago they've been sitting:
As to the V6 Cummins.......well that's just ignorant: However, Contrary to what has been stated, I have personally seen and driven an amidship Crown: The Cummins Triple Nickle......it was transplanted between the frame rails, replacing a Hall Scott, and in fact did protrude into the interior of the Coach, with a makeshift "hood'...........Surprisingly it wasn't too loud............as well the fellow who did this, also replaced the entire rear axle, pumpkin etc.......and went to a 3.54 rear end,,,,,,,this Crown was very fast.
As to the Crowns referenced, I personally don't know of anyone who has contacted the seller, and if they did, surely got no clarification with the running gear and condition of these Crowns......in One of the two photo's I did notice what appeared to be a giant oil slick to the rear, and it just looked to me like these had been shabbily treated Crowns, couple with the lame non descriptive description was enough to scare me away: I feel like a Seller has an obligation to afford the reader as clear a picture of the vehicle offered. Note. The vehicle offered. Not one that looks like the one offered; That the prospective buyer, isn't required to ask a hundred questions to find out what the seller has: Really a pathetic excuse for a listing. For all we know, these may be halfway decent Crowns, and I'm always desiring them: But even my desire is weakened by so poorly a presented Sale. Moki
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