Sir Richard Branson commissioned West Coast Customs to create this
vehicle for his entry into "Virgin Gaming" unveiled at the E3 Los
Angeles conference in 2010. Originally designed with gaming
consoles in the rear compartment with 3 TVs so people could game
with each other at the EAA Trade Show. Unfortunately, Richard and
Virgin Gaming were too early, and this remains one of the
collectible artifacts of Virgin's entry into online gaming. This
vehicle represents West Coast Customs first TV episode,
highlighting the craftsmanship and capabilities of this
organization. This vehicle represents the ultimate collectible for
display or parties, a business opportunity for extreme tailgating
parties, photo opportunities, transportation nightlife, special
events such as bachelorette parties, proms, etc. This vehicle can
be operated on a 110V outlet, generator power and or easy
conversion to battery operation to power the TVs, Lighting, and AC
systems. New tires were installed on the vehicle in January 2021
with a few miles driven since installation. ArmoredPromotions.com
website and domain come as part of the vehicle and will be assigned
to the new owner at no additional cost subject to Go Daddy terms
and conditions. CARFAX shows damage report on 10/29/2001 - Accident
reported with another motor vehicle, damage to front, right front
primarily damaged, vehicles towed; Damage report on 01/23/2004
-Accident reported, it hit a parked motor vehicle, damage to the
left side, left side primarily damaged.; Damage report on
05/10/2007 -Accident report it hit a stationary object, damage to
roof, top primarily damaged.; Damage report 06/02/2008 - Accident
reported with another motor vehicle, vehicle drivable.
1999 International 4000
Interior Color:RED AND BLACK
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