Charlie Daniels; Photo by Erick Anderson - Charlie Daniels Tour Bus; Photo Courtesy of Hemphillbussales.com
Charlie Daniels; Photo by Erick Anderson - Charlie Daniels Tour Bus; Photo Courtesy of Hemphillbussales.com

The Late Charlie Daniels’ Luxurious Tour Bus Sells For $200,000: See Photos

A tour bus once owned by the late legendary country musician Charlie Daniels just sold. The decked out 1994 Private Liberty Motorhome sold for $200,000. 

The home on wheels features a kitchen and dining area, living room, bedroom and bathroom. Check out photos of the digs at the seller’s website. 

The bus is red with silver trim and inscribed with “TPR II” on the front. The inside of the front door has a “CDB” logo, and you can spot a ’90’s corded telephone in one of the main seating areas. There’s plenty of space for storage, and the living room area includes a pair of leather recliners and a couch. There’s also a nice sized flat screen television. The interior includes a small seating area in the kitchen area for dining, and there’s an office area for doing work on the road.

The kitchen is rather spacious for a motorhome. It includes twin sinks and a microwave and plenty of cabinet space. It also has a stove top. The bedroom is large enough to hold a queen-sized bed, and it also includes a flat screen television. The bathroom includes all amenities that would be in your home. There’s a walk in shower, toilet and sink. There’s ample closet space throughout the entire ride.

While $200,000 is a hefty price tag, the buyer of the motorhome got a good deal. The original listing price on the vehicle was $249,000. It sold with all new structural steel framework under the bays and steering axle and tag axle framework. All of that was replaced in 2020. The two front bays were completely rebuilt, and the flooring was updated after the new steel framing was replaced. The interior was also updated, from the shower to the carpet and all of the flat screen televisions. The recliners are also new. The side-by-side refrigerator and freezer was added in 2016 and the stacked washer and dryer was added in 2017.

It’s also equipped with Sirius/XM and WiFi. All things considered, the new owners got quite a bargain with their $200,000.

Charlie Daniels died in 2020 at the age of 83 after suffering a stroke. He remained active and touring until his death. His career spanned nearly seven decades. Daniels was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008.

The legendary fiddler was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2009. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016.

In addition to the 30 studio albums that he released, he was in several films and television shows throughout his career. His highest charting album came in 1979 with Million Mile Reflections. The album was certified platinum three times in the United States, and it also went platinum in Canada. It included his biggest hit, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

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