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ABC delivers 3035 REs to Texas

Posted on April 9, 2009

[IMAGE]Daisy-Tours-3-09Full.jpg[/IMAGE] Daisy Tours and Conventions of San Antonio recently took delivery of a new 3035 RE coach from ABC Companies.

The coach is ADA-equipped, and in order to match the rest of their luxury fleet, Daisy specified the large monitor LCD DVD Entertainment System and Amaya Patriot seating. ABC installed graphics that match those on Daisy’s fleet of Van Hools.

Meanwhile, Houston-based Sierra Trailways received a new 3035 RE from ABC Companies during the recent Trailways meeting in San Antonio. In order to match the rest of their luxury fleet, Sierra specified the optional rear window, as well as a large monitor LCD DVD Video System and Amaya Patriot seating. 

The 39-passenger, lavatory-equipped coaches are 35-feet long and 102-inches wide, with 280 cubic feet of underfloor baggage space. Built on a Freightliner XBR Coach Chassis, critical areas of the structure of each vehicle are stainless steel. The buses are powered by a Cummins ISB engine coupled to an Allison 3000PTS transmission.

 

 

 

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