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On 5/31/2019 at 7:46 PM, Mitsubishi Fuso 6512 said:

According to Wikipedia, SF  MUNI 9120 was preserved for 5 years, in 2019 it was auctioned off. [13

https://barnoneauction.hibid.com/lot/52377934/1991-new-flyer-articulated-d60-muni-bus/?cpage=2&ipp=100&q=&ref=catalog

And SF MUNI 7031 was preserved for 4 years, in 2019 it was auctioned off.[12]

https://barnoneauction.hibid.com/lot/52377935/1993-new-flyer-electric-e60-transit-bus/?cpage=2&ipp=100&q=&ref=catalog

OK and don't forget that SF MUNI 8350 Neoplan USA AN440A Transliner is now preserved according to Wikipedia. 

I didn't forget.

Yesterday's sightings...

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On 6/2/2019 at 1:13 PM, UpDownAcross38 said:

I didn't forget.

You know "Mitsubishi Fuso 6512" is Bob Ambrose Jr. right? A.k.a. the former YouTube troll. I'd ignore him haha.

On 6/2/2019 at 11:01 PM, Rob's Transport Hub said:

(Rare) 5744 on Route 7  (Taken 6/2/2019)

Throwback... now if only they could put an ETI on it.

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6 hours ago, Detroit Diesel 6V92TA said:

You know "Mitsubishi Fuso 6512" is The Neoplan USA Mitsubishi fuso Rider 6512 Studios . right? A.k.a. the former Wikipedia troll. I'd ignore him haha.

Throwback... now if only they could put an ETI on it.

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On 6/2/2019 at 3:13 PM, UpDownAcross38 said:

I didn't forget.

Yesterday's sightings...

IMG_9975.thumb.jpg.25647d9fc9f69daf3b2dc534ee1c5e27.jpgIMG_9973.thumb.jpg.82ce8054ab37bf184eeba3f54d7e10b7.jpg47982627673_55eecbc9aa_o.thumb.jpg.614277f637a1a325d22d429e26367f6a.jpg

FYI both 7031 and 9120 were not auctioned. The auction pages were pulled off and Muni is now working on a plan to figure out how the historic fleet looks like moving forward. Both of them are still at the auction yard in Sacramento, however.

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