This wonder tailgating vehicle could be yours for a mere $5,000.

What Is Your Fantasy Tailgate Bus?


Say hello to this beautiful 1989 Chevy Kansas City Chiefs tailgate bus that is for sale now via a Craigslist posting. Published to Craigslist on April 8th, this beauty can be purchased for $5,000 (or best offer) and comes with a clean title, automatic transmission, and 135,815 miles of memories.

Oh, but that’s not all. Let’s see what else comes with this “tailgating machine.”

You are looking at a sweet 1989 Chevy KC Chiefs tailgating machine/party bus. We are asking for $5000/OBO As you can tell the outside is a bit dented up in places but this puppy is still going strong. We have kept up on routine maintenance so she gets up back and forth from Olathe to Arrowhead every weekend. Does it run like a Caddy? No, but last year we took it down to the Kentucky Derby without any issues. The bus can fit 12 pretty easy and at times we have had 15 passengers.

Besides the sweet exterior let me list the audio equipment;
Jensen CD player w/inputs for MP3
Polkaudio (4) 6×9 (1) 12″ Sub
Amps by Rockford Fosgate and Alpine

32″ Insignia Flatscreen TV

Sold. Well, I’m sold on the idea anyway. No blogger has a spare $5,000 to burn on a party bus, so, sadly, I will not be competing with a potential bidder for this fine piece of machinery.

However, it does bring up an interesting question: Assuming money doesn’t matter, what would your Chiefs Tailgate bus/van/hummer/tank feature? Mine would definitely feature a double-decker bus. Something like this:

Double-decker bus is the way to go for the ultimate tailgating vehicle.
Source: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f3/4e/42/f34e42e7d328f8633bda4e6e69a1a208.jpg

And with this as the exterior entertainment:

Of course this thing would include NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone. I mean, duh. Source: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/cb/2d/b5/cb2db5aaad4cda6344df83c530f556d5.jpg

Of course this thing would include NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone. I mean, duh.
Source: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/cb/2d/b5/cb2db5aaad4cda6344df83c530f556d5.jpg

And definitely a football helmet:

No real Chiefs tailgate bus can be complete without a Chiefs helmet. Source: http://gamedayr.com/wp-content/slideshow/2011/09/tailgating-machines-converted-school-buses/full/the%20browns%20bunch%20tailgate%20bus.jpeg

No real Chiefs tailgate bus can be complete without a Chiefs helmet.
Source: http://gamedayr.com/wp-content/slideshow/2011/09/tailgating-machines-converted-school-buses/full/the%20browns%20bunch%20tailgate%20bus.jpeg

This dream is quickly getting expensive. Suddenly $5,000 doesn’t seem so bad.

 

 

Tags: Kansas City Chiefs Tailgate Bus

  • Lewis Rigor

    I know my idea is not a ground vehicle but I am trying to talk the DON into allowing 32 squadrons to paint their aircraft to NFL teams in recognition of the NFL’s support of our military.

    Of course my squadron will be painted Chiefs baby

  • Lyle Graversen

    I think the only things you left off your list for the perfect dream tailgate machine would be a built in fridge and BBQ grill. You add those and it’s on.

    • Calchiefsfan

      Definitely a fridge/freezer to hold all the slabs of ribs etc. I think i’d opt for the BBQ that you tow on the back like the ones you see those guys bringing to the national BBQ competitions. I didn’t see the direct TV satellite dish on any of those either. Got to have the traveling NFL Sunday Ticket and internet access.

  • tm1946

    To me, it is the one someone else drives. From a ’57 Chevy to a ’14 F150, just so someone else is driving.

    • Ben Nielsen

      Fair point.

  • Justin R Groth

    OT but I watched red and gold and they were showing some d.hall highlights nod man it’s fun to watch that guy.