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ABC delivers C2045s to Houston

Posted on July 3, 2013

Passenger amenities include 110-volt outlets, sunshades, Wi-Fi, PC laptop interface display, Van Hool’s unique rear passenger window, leather seating inserts, Alcoa Dura Bright wheels and REI Elite Entertainment Systems.
Passenger amenities include 110-volt outlets, sunshades, Wi-Fi, PC laptop interface display, Van Hool’s unique rear passenger window, leather seating inserts, Alcoa Dura Bright wheels and REI Elite Entertainment Systems.
Houston-based AFC Transportation purchased five new Van Hool C2045s from ABC Companies.

The 57 passenger coaches are powered by Detroit DD13 engines coupled to Allison B500G4 transmissions and are equipped with Iteris Lane Departure Warning systems, electronic stability control and three-point seat belts.

Passenger amenities include 110-volt outlets, sunshades, Wi-Fi, PC laptop interface display, Van Hool’s unique rear passenger window, leather seating inserts, Alcoa Dura Bright wheels and REI Elite Entertainment Systems.

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