Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband, Todd, have decided to ditch their current tour bus and are looking to downsize to something "Grandma Sarah" feels “more comfortable driving."
The vehicle they're selling, a 2004 Country Coach Lexa, was used extensively during Palin’s travels on her "One Nation" bus tour and her “Sarah Palin's Alaska” television show. The asking price was listed at $279,000.
“We're downsizing from our beautiful one-of-a-kind Lexa to a smaller class 'C' motor home,” Todd Palin posted on Facebook. “She loves to drive and really admires those hardcore lady RVers who maneuver their rigs and even haul trailers behind, but Sarah humbly admits there must be a better way than her white-knuckling on the highways behind the wheel of our Lexa. A smaller rig may do the trick for her."
The coach comes fully loaded with features including GPS, in-motion satellite, two high-definition LED TVs, a fully automatic leveling system and stacked washer & dryer.
“There's no better way to see this great country than a road trip! It's our favorite. If you're interested in this fun bus, know that it comes with a lot of great American memories and the new owners can create their own,” Todd Palin said.
Here's a closer look at the Palins' travel digs:
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