The luxury "One Nation Tour" bus, used by Sarah Palin to connect with her supporters during the trip, is for sale.
The former Alaska governor and her husband Todd have decided to downsize, he wrote in a Facebook post. The 2004 Country Coach Lexa is priced at $279,000.
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Todd Palin wrote: "We're downsizing from our beautiful one-of-a-kind Lexa to a smaller class 'C' motor home that 'Grandma Sarah' feels more comfortable driving. She loves to drive and really admires those hardcore lady RVers who maneuver their rigs and even haul trailers behind, but Sarah humbly admits there must be a better way than her white-knuckling on the highways behind the wheel of our Lexa. A smaller rig may do the trick for her."
"This hard to find and very rare coach ... one of the finest Luxury Coaches on the market!" the sale listing reads
, adding that the vehicle has logged 29,683 miles and comes "fully loaded with all the right equipment."
Palin's 2011 tour rallied Americans at national landmarks.
Though the family had "a lot of fun in this thing ... Grandma is scared to drive it," said Palin's oldest daughter Bristol, according to the New York Daily News
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