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MCI delivers third E4500 coach to John Madden

Posted on September 27, 2006

Motor Coach Industries (MCI) announced that NFL broadcaster John Madden will be traveling this season in his third E4500 and his fifth converted MCI coach overall. Madden’s MCI coach, which was converted by Nashville-based Superior Coach Interiors Inc., features a Caterpillar C-13 engine, a 24KW generator, a SmarTire tire pressure monitoring system and Sirius satellite radio. The motorcoach’s interior boasts an in-motion satellite system from KVH Industries, two 32-inch flat screen HD TVs, a steam shower and granite flooring and countertops in the kitchen. This season will mark the 19th year that Madden has traveled in an MCI coach.

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