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ABC delivers Van Hool C2045s to Fla., S.C.

Posted on July 22, 2011

[IMAGE]AllTour-46274-014-6-11-E-2.jpg[/IMAGE]Orlando, Fla.- based AllTour America Transportation's  purchased 10 2011 Van Hool C2045 coaches from ABC Companies.

The 10 new coaches feature Cummins ISM engines and Allison B500 GenIV transmissions, custom reflective graphics, upgraded REI video entertainment systems with six 15-inch monitors, 110-volt outlets, ASA Wi-Fi, Alcoa Durabright aluminum wheels, panoramic rear windows and three-point seatbelts on all passenger seats.

[IMAGE]Cross-country-Tours-46286-6-11-E-2.jpg[/IMAGE]Meanwhile, Spartanburg, S.C.-based Cross Country Trailways took delivery of a 2011 Van Hool C2045. The operation's second.

The new coaches are equipped with 22-inch monitors in Van Hool's unique contoured parcel racks, satellite TV, Wi-Fi, leather seat inserts, panoramic rear window and 110-volt outlets at every seat.

The 2011 C2045 also has a Cummins engine coupled to an Allison transmission, matching the rest of Cross Country's all Van Hool fleet.

 

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