Update on devotee bus for sale
Posted November 24, 2004
Devotee Bus For Sale - Low miles - Only $7500 or highest bid!
Ideal for transporting congregation or devotees on Harinamas, to festivals, or bringing college students to Sunday feasts.
View 21 photos of the bus, inside, outside, engine, underneath, at: www.krishna.com/youth/mig/index.php?currDir=./Bus_For_Sale
1992 Navistar International School Bus (chassis built 11/91). DT-360 diesel engine, low miles (91,300 original miles - diesel engine rated at 250,000), automatic transmission, hydraulic brakes. Thomas body. Works flawlessly. Drives smooth. Used for Youth Ministry Festival of India transportation in 2003/2004. See photos to see what great shape this bus is in. (We picked the most reliable bus we could find for the money to transport the youth on the festival tour.)
This bus is currently in service, transporting Alachua devotees to Harinamas in Orlando and Jacksonville, and just recently to the Homecoming Parade Gainesville Ratha-yatra. Well serviced and maintained. All mechanical and electrical systems in good working condition.
We are selling only because we own this bus, and need to make payments to the bank on our other buses. By selling, we will reduce the interest payments and debt on the other buses. So as they say, our loss is your gain.
Help the youth ministry festival of India tour by buying this great prasadam bus for your temple and congregation. We highly recommend you think about having a bus for your temple community. And at this price, it's a great deal! Here in Alachua we are using this bus to bring devotees to festivals, to bring the community on harinamas, etc. It has really helped inspire the devotees, being able to travel together to festivals and harinamas, kirtanas on the bus, creating a community spirit around these events.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make an offer. Bus will go to the highest bidder. All proceeds directly support the youth ministry Festival of India summer tour.
Or call Manu at: 386-418-3839.
Bus is located in Alachua, Florida.