Corona del Mar Car Show a 'huge success'
Amid dozens of rare and expensive automobiles on display lat weekend at the Coastline Car Classic at Big Corona State Beach, one vehicle had visitors contemplating selling their homes in order to afford the purchase price — a $2 million motor coach with granite counters, a dishwasher and full-sized fridge, six televisions, walnut floors, microwave and cook top.
"This is amazing," said Teddie Valenzuela of Azusa, who was attending the Car Classic for the first time. "We should sell our home and buy this…"
People lined up for a chance to take off their shoes and snoop around the luxury coach, which salesman Chad Stevens said is popular among movie stars and athletes. The coaches, he said, are custom made using Prevost bus shells with a starting price of $1.8 million.
"We don't talk about mileage," he joked. (Later he said they get about 7 miles to the gallon.)