To make it easier, and so that people don’t ask me if mine is still for sale, check out all London Black Cabs for sale in the USA at the special corner of my website that seems to be attracting a lot of attention these days. You can always put a comment in if you want to profess your desire. I even rented my car out for a photo shoot, and I know other people lend theirs out for movies, commercials and weddings.
Here are the details of the cab in South Carolina that’s for sale – if you have interest, please use the form below or call 323.428.3748 to get in touch or comment on this post and I’ll connect you. It’s black and crocodile and has ridiculously low miles for an eighties car. I have to imagine that my cab has at least 200,000 miles on the streets of London under its belt.
“I’m in Charleston, South Carolina :)…my London Cab is newly painted, has a GPS, Black on Black with faux croc interior…it’s a 1984 , suicide doors, runs on propane, has about 49,000 miles on it…asking $15,000, it runs great but the battery dies if your not careful you really need to watch if you leave a light on or leave a door open it drains quickly, the air conditioning and heat work has a great sound system and video player in it!”
Having owned a black cab for a year, having AC is huge – and the battery drainage is entirely normal. The internal passenger compartment lights are taken from an age when lots of amps were pushed through robust wires to make a faint orange glow. So they use a fair amount of power, as do the running lights. Suffice it to say, make sure the doors close properly when you park.