June 23, 2009

BusWest to sell Galaxy coaches



  BusWest, headquartered in Carson, Calif., announced its appointment as authorized dealer for Galaxy Coach Enterprises for the state of California.

Galaxy Coach Enterprises is located in Santa Ana, Calif., and has been manufacturing specialized motor vehicles since 2003.

The company’s 35-foot Coachliner features Carrier air conditioning; Freedman seats; RCA floor rubber; Kenwood audio and REI video systems, and abundant underfloor and overhead luggage space.

Galaxy Coach will manufacture and warrant the buses ordered by customers through BusWest. BusWest will arrange for delivery, financing and provides factory authorized service and product support.

 

 

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