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  1. Between 2014 and 2015, Academy Express received roughly 28 ex-Go Transit MCI buses. America's Transportation aka Safeguard America, a company contracted by Miami-Dade, received 9 of them. Monsey Tours has bought at least one. Here are their new and old numbers, with license plates (if possible) and VIN numbers. If anyone can back up or correct this information, it would be great. A lot of this info is based on photos, running license plates through autocheck for VIN, and confirming these based on a couple of documents from WTAC, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission, who keeps
  2. Source: http://www.mcicoach.com/fyiFromMci/story/0610.htm
  3. El Paso - Los Angeles Limousine Express, Inc. is a bus company that links cities in the southwestern United States with El Paso, TX. Connections are also available to its sister company in Mexico. The fleet is mostly Motor Coach Industries (MCI) buses.
  4. Am attaching two files - complete GMDD bus delivery list, and complete MCI-Nova Classic delivery list. These were compiled from official documents. Please add missing Classics to VIN list! GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt GMDIESEL.txt MCICLASS.txt
  5. NFI is now bigger than ever. The biggest in NA in transit buses and coaches. Here is the press release: http://www.equities.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=newsdetail&id=465793
  6. I have recently came across some CENTRO New York MCI 102-D3's in an auction. They were built in 2000, which is the last year the 102-D3 was built before the D4000 began production in 2001. However these 102-D3 VINs are 2001 model VINs and even doing a VIN check states they are 2001 models. This VIN: 1M8SDM1A51P053587 is the VIN for CENTRO 678, a 2001 model MCI 102-D3 from 2000. Where would a put this in the MCI VIN page on the wiki? Also, the order of these specific VINs are somewhat erratic. 678: 1M8SDM1A51P053587 679: 1M8SDM1A11P053585 Auction sources: http://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/
  7. Does anyone know whether or not the MCI 102A3s run by Julia Garcia Transit (JGT) were original or if it acquired them from other Floridian transit and coach companies? I know a JGT expert would be able to know if 1211, a 1989 MCI 102A3 powered by the DD 8V92TA engine and Allison HT740 transmission, was purchased new by JGT or if it were acquired from another company like Mears Motorcoaches. Thank you, Ben
  8. Here is a picture for a 1979 MCI MC-5C specifications sheet. It isn't HQ and it was of an eBay auction that ended this past January. I can make out from what I can read that the Allison MT644 was the only automatic listed for this (the HT740 was also available but via special order). ~Ben
  9. Is it true that the MCI MC5C only listed the Allison MT644 as the automatic transmission (for both the 6V71 and 8V71 Detroit Diesel engines), with the HT740 being a special order option not listed in dealer brochures? I know the MT644 certainly was the only automatic that could fit behind the 8V71 in the MC5C without extra clearance, since the 8V71 is a longer engine due to it having two more cylinders compared to the 6V71. The HT740 automatic transmission was both superior to and longer than the MT644, the "longer" part of the aspect being the reason I see all these posts (on Bus Talk and r
  10. Is it true that the MCI MC-5C 35' motorcoach, if specified with an automatic transmission, usually was the Allison MT644 rather than the HT740? Would I think the MT644 was the only automatic transmission available for either the 6V71 or 8V71 engines? Meaning, one manual transmission (Spicer 8844) and one automatic (Allison MT644). Some stories suggest these had the Allison HT740 automatic, but I think those stories are false. Thank you, Ben Edge
  11. Inland Empire Tours & Transportation is a charter bus company based in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Most of their fleet are MCI buses.
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