ABC delivers Van Hool C2045s to Va.

Posted on August 31, 2010

[IMAGE]ABC-7.jpg[/IMAGE]Virginia Beach, Va.-based Venture Tours recently acquired two 2010 Van Hool C2045's, bringing its fleet size to 28 motorcoaches.

The new 55-passenger coaches have the Angel Trax security monitoring system; DriveCam; wood grain flooring; and Amaya passenger seats custom built to Venture's specification, which includes three-point seat belts and other luxury and safety options.

In addition, Venture chose the Cummins 450HP ISM and Allison B500 G4 transmission, as well as Alcoa Dura Bright wheels, Wi-Fi and 110 Volt outlets. Both coaches have Van Hool's unique contoured parcel racks with 22-inch video monitors, a rear window and an ASA backup camera.


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