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ABC delivers Van Hools to Iowa, Calif.

Posted on April 17, 2015

Carroll, Iowa’s Windstar Lines took delivery of five new 2015 Van Hool CX2045's from ABC Companies, which are powered by a Cummins ISX engines and B500 Allison transmissions.

The coaches boast Alcoa Durabright wheels, chrome mirrors, and an ASA back-up camera and are equipped with wood-grain flooring, leather passenger seats, REI’s Elite multi-monitor DVD entertainment system, Van Hool's unique rear passenger window and ASA Side-view cameras.

Meanwhile, San Diego’s Goldfield Stages recently took delivery of two new 2015 Van Hool CX's.

The luxury coaches, powered by Cummins ISX engine coupled to Allison’s B500 Six-Speed Automatic (Gen5) transmission boast Van Hool’s exclusive contoured parcel rack with 22-inch video monitors, leather seats, rear passenger windows and wood grain floors.

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