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ABC delivers M1235 to Pa.

Posted on September 21, 2009

ABC Companies delivered a new GCA M1235 mid-sized coach to Wolf's Bus Lines located in York Springs, Pa.

Built on the Freightliner S2 coach chassis and powered by a Cummins ISB engine coupled to an Allison 2200PTS transmission, Wolf's M1235 motorcoach is fully equipped with a panoramic front windshield, climate controlled interior, TV/DVD units, 29 reclining Amaya Patriot seats, public address system, AM/FM Stereo and CD, overhead reading lights and restroom.

Several years ago, recognizing the need to offer mid-sized coaches for smaller groups, they purchased one of the early M1000's. That portion of their business has grown to the point that this coach is Wolf's fourth mid-sized motorcoach.

The company has now grown to 21 vehicles, and prides itself on offering quality charters and tours with a unique combination of professional transportation and a family touch.

 

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