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Carmudi Taps into World Cup | Starts Selling Buses Used to Transport Players

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Rocket Internet’s online car marketplace Carmudi has said that the legendary FIFA team buses of Spain, England, Italy and Ivory Coast are up for sale on its site.

The buses which have not merely transported the World Cup stars around Brazil to play their group stage matches, but rather have witnessed the tears of some of the strongest players and the maddening rage of the most balanced players on the field. So if you would like to get your hands on one of these emotionally driven rides, be sure to visit Carmudi. And yes, be quick as they won’t be here for long, much like some of the teams’ short stay in Brazil.

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England team bus

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Italy team bus
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The bus may not perform like Italian brands Lamborghini and Ferrari and the same goes for the team. With it come the tear soaked seat of Mario Balotelli and the pulled out locks of Andrea Pirlo. All this can be yours for a low, low price of 5 USD, maybe less if you negotiate.

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Ivory Coast team bus
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Considered dark horses of the competition and predicted to go quite far, their nickname ‘The Elephants’ holds more relevance as they were slow to get off the mark. This coach costs 90,000 USD and comes with the Ivorian captain himself as Drogba refuses to believe that his team is out of the World Cup.

Spain team bus
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The shine may have worn of the team, but it’s still on their brand new coach. It will set the customer back around 500,000,000 USD as it was once the legendary transport of the World Champions.

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