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Old-Fashioned School Bus 1955

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Old-Fashioned School Bus 1955

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Old-Fashioned School Bus 1955
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Old-Fashioned School Bus 1955 _Designed by autodesk ( http://www.123dapp.com/123C-3D-Model/Old-Fashioned-School-Bus-from-1955/1124655 ) _Crown Coach Corporation, originally known as Crown Carriage Company is a defunct American bus manufacturer; its primary product line was school buses. Established in 1904, Crown also produced motorcoaches and various fire apparatus.Headquartered in California, Crown produced vehicles primarily for the West Coast of the United States.Crown closed in March 1991 due to declining demand for school buses at the time.At the time of its closure, Crown was a subsidiary of GE Railcar. _In the United States during the years immediately following World War II, population growth of suburbs expanded, fueled by the post-war baby boom. As that segment of the population entered school, demand for new schools (and school buses to take them there) rapidly rose. In 1946, Crown began development on an all-new mid-engine Supercoach. While heavily influenced by motorcoach design, Crown intended it primarily for school bus use. Introduced in 1949, the all-new Supercoach used unit-body construction with high-strength steel in place of a separate chassis; to combat corrosion, all body panels were aluminum. To prove the durability of the Supercoach to potential customers, Crown sold the vehicle with a 20-year/100,000 mile warranty for the body. _During the mid-1950s, several changes were made to the Supercoach. In 1954, the Cummins NHH diesel engine was added as an option, becoming the first diesel-powered Supercoach. A year later, the tandem-rear axle Supercoach made its debut; the largest school bus of its time, it held up to 91 student passengers
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SKU 10000705
Length [mm] 120
Width [mm] 30.97
Height [mm] 29.71
Volume [cm³] 76.76
Area [cm²] 154.29