It's 58.5 feet long, a doubledecker, articulated coach from Germany. It was in the 1997 Guinness Book of Records as the largest street-registered motorhome in the world. And it's for sale!
Only twelve were ever produced. This is number one and the only survivor.
144 people could fit in it when it was built in 1975. It has been remodeled and changed into an "Action Mobile."
As they describe it, "In the upper deck, a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen with a dining area, a guest berth and a bathroom are situated. In the lower deck, next to the driver and eight passenger seats, a multifunctional conference area and an exclusive reception and bar are situated. The rear part is used as a garage and material storeroom." It has tons of luxurious features.
Some of the suggested activities that can be done with this bus are: traveling, inviting guests, giving galas, making shows and presentations. Under the huge sunsail (see below), you can receive guests and on the large video wall you can present videos, photographs and much more. You can also use it for falconry since the roof terrace gives you a great vantage point!
The interior has leather upholstery, some walls are leather and fabric covered, and more. It is modern looking, top of the line.
No price is given. You have to contact them for information. We can only guess that it is beyond the reach of most RVers. In fact, it is marketed more to a corporate buyer. Plus, shipping it to North America would add thousands more. Additionally, it would not even fit in most RV parks or resorts. It's not for the average buyer - that's for sure!
At this point you might want to go to the Web site and see additional photos and read more details - just out of curiousity, of course. Jaimie Hall Bruzenak