Buy This ESPNU Tailgate Short Bus — $13,500


Fascinating times in the Craigslist world of sports-themed vehicles. We found out Thursday night that soccer tailgates are a thing, and now in Atlanta, we’ve come across ESPNU’s old promotional bus.

According to the seller, it was used from 2010-2012 before being retired and donated to charity (where it was purchased). So if there’s anyone out there who’s huge on The Worldwide Leader — or “College GameDay” — and wants to use it for tailgate purposes, now is the time to pounce. It’ll only set you back $13,500.

Details from the seller:

Here is your chance to own the ultimate bus, a 2009 Chevy Express 3500 Dually that was formally the ESPN U spring tour bus, the network donated the bus to Charity and we bought it from the charity. It was used in the 2010, 2011,2012 college football spring tour. You can Google it and find additional pics of the bus, I have included a couple. I flew up to Chicago Tuesday and drove it 750 miles back to Atlanta. It runs great and the side pipe exhaust sounds better than your favorite hot rod when going down the road. As you can see it has cool black paint job and tinted windows. On top of the bus is a retractable DJ booth. Also comes with Satellite antenna and 2 dish network receivers. Would be perfect for tailgating, party bus, and any application where a regular van would not work. All but 2 rows of bus seats have been removed, a custom cabinet that can hold 2 flat screen TVs(not included) are on the inside of the bus. There are 2 electric power strips on wall but I do not know if they are connected to a converter. I have clean/clear title in hand and can email a copy of the Auto-Check upon request. This only has 35,577 miles with a strong 6.0 gas engine.

It’s worth noting that you’ll have to figure out how the AC and heat work because the seller has no clue.

A look around

DJ booth in action:



Interior isn’t super spacious:


Never graduate slogan:



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