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Pacer

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The Pacer is a public transport van designed to provide transit for wheelchair users and able-bodied individuals. The vehicle has fully laminated steel reinforced cage construction to enhance passenger safety and features maximum headroom (76.5 inches), a wide aisle, and large seats. The Pacer is available in a wide variety of floorplans (to accommodate from 13 able-bodied individuals to 6 able-bodied individuals and 3 wheelchair users) with a number of features and options to fit specific needs. The standard chassis is a Ford V-8 351 CID with gas engine with automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, heavy duty suspension and cooling system, tinted glass, and front dome light. Standard conversion features include unitized steel cage construction, fully insulated roof and walls, aluminum exterior sidewalls, exterior grade plywood flooring with steel floor structure, manual entrance door, entry assist handle, and emergency side and rear egress windows. Para-transit conversion options include a wheelchair lift; wheelchair door with light and/or exterior lights; a window for the wheelchair door; a vehicle interlock for the wheelchair lift; wheelchair tie-down system; ceiling grab rail; ADA required interior decals; entrance grab rails; and jump seats.

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04/11/2007
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Goshen Coach, A Thor Industries Company
Goshen Coach, A Thor Industries Company Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: sales@goshencoach.com
Fax: 574-266-5866
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
574-970-6300
Web Address: 
http://www.goshencoach.com
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Transportation
 
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