Minor League Baseball Bus Owned by Michael Jordan Now Being Sold

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistApril 3, 2014

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Back in 1994, Michael Jordan bought a $350,000 bus for the Birmingham Barons so that he and his teammates could travel comfortably. Twenty years later, the bus is being sold online.

The picture above is what the bus used to look like. It has since been painted white and yellow:

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According to an article in the Reading Eagle back in 1994, the bus has some pretty awesome features. The bus includes 35 seats, six televisions, a VCR and a lounge in the back of the bus:

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Jordan made sure that he and his teammates traveled in style.

These days, there are probably more extravagant buses. VCRs are a thing of the past. However, this is no ordinary bus. It was bought by the greatest NBA player of all time when he was chasing his dream of playing in the major leagues.

The starting bid for the bus on eBay is $19,388.  

[H/t Busted Coverage]

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