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2001 GOSHEN PACER LS Bus, Passenger Van in Commerce City, CO 2001 GOSHEN PACER LS Bus, Passenger Van in Commerce City, CO
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Stock Number: 9033C
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2001 GOSHEN, PACER LS, Medium Duty Trucks - Shuttle Bus, Chevy 8.1L, Automatic, **2001 Goshen (Workhorse) 23 Passenger Wheelchair Bus** / 8.1L Vortec ...
Vogel Sales Inc - Website
Commerce City, CO - 1,453 mi. away

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