The Volvo B10M was a mid-engined city bus and coach chassis manufactured by the Swedish automaker Volvo between 1978 and 2003. The B10M was one of the best-selling chassis in the United Kingdom throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Having originally been produced only as a coach chassis, the B10M was made available as a city bus, in which form it was also very popular.
The model for sale was a Beaufort Motor sport vehicle used to transport race cars such as as Aston Martin and Maserati race cars. It has since been painted deep green and refurbished to transport large vehicles such as tractors. The bus can hold up to 2 small cars inside.
The model is complete with 8 seats, plus small sofa areas, a kitchenette ares with working electricity and drivers seat.
The bus is currently located near to Bremen Germany.