The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by scotts52, May 19, 2018.
Which those were closer to Bama
We have shortened a bus in my high school shop class
I have one of those internationals in my hoard. I actually drove it to where its setting over 30 years ago.
Saw this on the side of the road near my house.
That's pretty cool. I usually don't see that boxy of a body on anything that new. I would've expexted the front clip to be from the 30s.
This is the Chicago Blues Bus, spotted sitting behind a new car dealership on
Chicago's south side.
My 48 Superior.
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Saw this Ford about 20 years ago as it was getting ready to go to it's new owner in Canada.
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That's awesome. I'd love a 38/39 coe bus.
Local FLXIBLEs & 34 Ford
This one showed up at our scrap yard. Nice clean sheet metal
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Photos from Greyhound Museum Hibbing Minnesota
Hall-Scott Pancake Engine in a bus
Gadsden Al FB marketplace
'57 Chev ex- float trip bus, & an ex- U.S. army, ex A.E.C. '48 White. WB something ...
I saved this one from the crusher . a B 600 58-59 Superior
Hauled this for a guy.
I see Peter and Shari's bus Ruthy
my 52 gmc updated
Amazing shape - how did it manage to sit out all those years without getting trashed? When was it taken off the road?
1971 was the last time it was tagged . There were 2 mid 60's International buses on the property that got hauled off to the crusher before I heard the property had changed owners .
These are so cool, keep them coming..
It's a Morris Commercial.
That aluminum body would be perfect for a project I've dreamed of, but realistically won't pull off.
Got this about a year ago. EVERYTHING is now done. Fresh motor, 100% new electrical, complete brake system, exhaust and interior. Painted it black and added the Riverside Jail Inmate theme.
I have honestly never seen one of these. HRP
Spotted this ex-Greyhound '52 GM PD-4103 on FB Marketplace, less than 10 miles away from me. I've been looking at used office trailers to put one behind my house to use as a model car workshop, but this might be sturdier and a lot more fun (and for $3500, just within reach against my better judgement ):
Wow! That seems like a great deal. FYI, The Six Flags Magic Mountain dancing guy commercials used the same model bus but without the polished aluminum siding.
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