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The Bubba Bus has been retired

After almost 11 years of service we have finally retired our 2001 Yukon XL 2500. We ordered The Bubba Bus in November of 2000 from the factory with the 8.1L motor and the towing package. For many years it served as the tow vehicle for our Jeeping trips. It was also the party vehicle for fish camp and neighborhood Christmas caroling. It hauled many home renovation supplies in its spacious cargo area and later in life served as the transportation vehicle for Peg’s jewelry business. The Bubba Bus will be missed.

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