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Willie Nelson’s Tour Buses, The Honeysuckle Rose

June 27, 2012 by JJ in Motor Murals, Tour Buses with 0 Comments

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What nomad hasn’t been inspired by Willie Nelson? His free spirit, his music, his outlaw attitude, or his bio-diesel buses?

The easily recognizable coaches are hand painted in Native American murals by an Artist simply know as Rainmaker. You might be lucky enough to catch a sighting of of Willie and his crew as they cruise down the highway from country famed Nashville through his home state of Texas and beyond.

He is currently touring in the Honeysuckle Rose IV, a motor coach by PREVOS from Florida Coach.

One of the previous Honeysuckle Rose buses, a 1986 Eagle “Entertainer,” recently went up for auction in Ontario, Canada. The coach sold for over 47k (CAD) in October, 2011 and could carry 130 gallons of bio-diesel fuel.

Photo by Crew member, Budrock Prewitt, Image found on Fan Blog, Still Is Still Moving.com

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