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ABC delivers two coaches to Louisiana operation

Posted on January 4, 2007

Tri-City Charter of Bossier, La. has taken delivery of a mid-sized ABC Companies M1035 and a Van Hool C2045 coach. With a distinctive modern look that includes enhanced interior features, the 57-seat 2007 C2045 is optionally equipped with a Caterpillar C13 engine and ZF Astronic 12-speed automatic transmission. Meanwhile, for smaller charters the 31-passenger 2006 M1035 features a Mercedes Benz MBE900, 210 hp engine and an Allison transmission. Its optional equipment includes a Carrier roof mounted A/C with 120,000 BTU heating, parcel racks with individual reading lights and A/C vents, and remote-controlled heated side mirrors. Tri-City Charter is a family-owned and operated business that provides charter services primarily in the southeastern part of the U.S.

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