So this Cincinnati Bengals 1983 International bus is far from the flashiest ride you’re going to see from us this season, but if you’re a Chad Johnson superfan, this might be the one for you as it has “Child Please” plastered on it. And that’s about it design wise — you’ve Ocho Cinco’s old slogan and a whole lot of orange.
As you can see from the above photo, the owners did some major work renovating the interior. You’ve got custom black and orange seating, a bathroom, full kitchen, and even a loaded sound system. If you’re an autograph hound, there’s also signatures from an entire Bengals team from the early 2000s.
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This bus is an absolute badass and needs a good home! She runs great with a little over 200,000 miles on the engine. Starts up everytime without an issue. This bus was built and used for tailgating at Bengals football games. I just put brand new Batteries in this bus. It has a bathroom inside with a septic tank. This bus has a fully loaded kicker sound system built into it. Tweeters all along the ceiling and subwoofers on the floor. This bus has had a lot of clean work done to it on the inside with marine lights lining the ceiling on the inside. It has a full kitchen space built ready for a propane stove. It has a grill in the back along with a specially made window in the back for a TV so you can watch the game from outside. The inside is lined with cushioned seats and everything is black and orange for Bengals colors. This bus is truly a work of art and she needs a good home. She can be used for tailgating or would be a perfect start for someone looking to do a home conversion in it. I will have much more photos for you soon. This bus also has the signatures of an entire Bengals team from a year I can’t remember. Early 2000s I believe.
The seller wants $5,500 for it but says he or she is willing to negotiate, which is good! The bad? It’s located outside of Charlotte so getting it to Ohio could present a problem for those who want an easy purchase.
*As always, no one on BC has connections to the seller and will not receive commission on a potential sale.