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The Dallas Morning News got a tour of the Dallas Cowboys' new team bus...
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"The Dallas Cowboys have a new luxury bus, a Prevost Marathon Coach, driven by Emory Tyler. It’s 45-feet long, 102 inches wide and just under 13 feet tall. It has a 225-gallon tank and 4,000 miles on it before it leaves for Indianapolis for the Combine. The original Cowboys bus has more than 2 million miles on it. Watch as Tyler gives a tour of the Cowboys’ newest high-priced acquisition..."
Watch the video here.
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11 Comments
I actually thought it was going to be more impressive...
Reply45 months
See that Romeo Crennel got a nice gig as a tour guide.

Reply45 months
Near a grand to fill up the tank :(
Reply45 months
So is this even for the players?
Reply45 months
Shouldnt you at least be a annual playoff team to justify buying a bus like this. Wasted Gon Waste.
Reply45 months
Very nice but completely unnecessary.
Reply45 months
What a waste of money! Although, the motor coach company was loving the business.
Reply45 months
So where is the team suppose to sit?
Reply45 months
2 million miles? how many engines did that have to go through
Reply45 months
This thing was driving all around downtown new orleans the weekend of the super bowl.
Reply46 months
SM6
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Redskins One > Cowboy Bus
Reply46 months
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