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Now THAT’S a jaw-wheel drive: Incredible shark bus goes on sale – and it’s a steal at just $10,000

Now THAT’S a jaw-wheel drive: Incredible shark bus goes on sale – and it’s a steal at just $10,000

  • A rather unusual minibus in the shape of a shark is up for sale in New Zealand
  • The iconic ‘shark bus’ was previously used by the Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium 
  • The 21-seater Toyota Coaster is being sold to the highest bidder on TradeMe 

An incredibly unique bus which is shaped like a shark is up for sale with bids starting at a jaw-dropping $10,200.

The ‘shark bus’ was previously used by the Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium in Auckland to shuttle tourists to the popular attraction.

The 2005 21-seater Toyota Coaster is being sold to the highest bidder on TradeMe, with bidding starting at $10,200 – or 11,000NZD.

A bus (pictured) which is shaped like a shark is up for sale for a jaw-dropping $10,200 in New Zealand

The iconic 'shark bus' (pictured) was previously used by the Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium in Auckland to shuttle tourists to the popular attraction

The iconic ‘shark bus’ (pictured) was previously used by the Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium in Auckland to shuttle tourists to the popular attraction

According to the advertisement the bus has ‘some dents and scratches visible to the exterior’ but it ‘drove ok on a test drive’.

The interior featured worn-out and stained seats. The battery condition is unknown.

The advertisement suggests converting it into a unique camper-van or using it as a marketing vehicle.  

‘A really jawsome opportunity to sink your teeth into,’ the advertisement said.  

The interior featured worn-out and stained seats (pictured). Bidding is starting at $11,000

The interior featured worn-out and stained seats (pictured). Bidding is starting at $11,000

According to the advertisement the bus (pictured) has 'some dents and scratches visible to the exterior' but it 'drove ok on a test drive'

According to the advertisement the bus (pictured) has ‘some dents and scratches visible to the exterior’ but it ‘drove ok on a test drive’



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