All American Specialty Vehicles LLC has announced start of production of a second product line of buses, the Spirit LP by ARBOC Mobility.
This new product is a simplified version of ARBOC Mobility’s Spirit of Mobility product line resulting in an affordable price for private operators and shuttle bus applications such as nursing homes, churches, entertainment parks, hotels, parking lot operators, and car rental agencies, according to a news release.
All American Specialty Vehicles is part of the All American Group Inc., formerly known as Coachmen Industries Inc. The new name was adopted after the company sold its RV business to Forest River Inc.
A few of the features unique to the Spirit LP are:
- Entrance step height of 12 inches or better.
- Passenger entrance door 41 inches.
- Up to five wheelchair patrons can enter and exit in random sequence.
- Reduced interior noise due to unique construction processes.
All American Specialty Vehicles, through a joint venture with ARBOC Mobility, manufactures a full line of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible buses in Middlebury, Ind. All American also offers bookmobiles and other specialty vehicles on the same chassis platforms.
“I have just returned from BusCon in Chicago,” said Rick Lavers, president and CEO of All American Group Inc. “The new Spirit LP is receiving a terrific reception from attendees. We expect this new bus to contribute greatly to the continued growth of our Specialty Vehicles business.”
For more information on the full line of All American Specialty Vehicles visit www.allamericanspecialtyvehicles.com. All American Group Inc. is a publicly held company with stock quoted and traded on the over-the-counter markets under the ticker COHM.PK.