Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District 1800-1829

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Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District 1800-1829 were 1989 New Flyer D60 buses. They were the first D60's ordered and built, not including the 1988 demo/prototype.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination Sign
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HTB-748

Details

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Fleet
Number
Thumbnail Build
Date
VIN License Plate Status/Disposal Notes
1800 1989 2FYD2MG05KU013350 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1801 1989 2FYD2MG07KU013351
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX; (Lic. plate FNJ-7691). It was spotted in June 2014[2] and on 8/4/2018.[3]
    • It was involved in a minor accident in Comal, TX on 6/22/2018 and has since returned to service.[4]
1802 1989 2FYD2MG09KU013352
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX. It was spotted in June 2011.[5]
1803 1989 2FYD2MG00KU013353
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX; (Lic. plate FNJ-7692). It was spotted in summer 2017.
1804 1989 2FYD2MG02KU013354
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX. It was spotted in 2014.[6][7][8]
1805 1989 2FYD2MG04KU013355 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1806 1989 2FYD2MG06KU013356
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX; (Lic. plate FKV-9348). It was spotted in July 2015.[9]
1807 1989 2FYD2MG08KU013357
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.[10]
1808 1989 2FYD2MG0XKU013358 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1809 1989 2FYD2MG01KU013359 {E}264017 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1810 1989 2FYD2MG08KU013360
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International; spotted intact in 2011.[11]
1811 1989 2FYD2MG0XKU013361 {E}263961 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1812 1989 2FYD2MG01KU013362 {E}263974
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It sold and was spotted at Autobus Dupont in Quebec, Canada in June 2006.[12]
1813 1989 2FYD2MG03KU013363 {E}263952 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1814 1989 2FYD2MG05KU013364 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1815 1989 2FYD2MG07KU013365 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1816 1989 2FYD2MG09KU013366
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was spotted there still intact on 6/10/2015.[13] It was finally moved off of the property by summer 2018 and was likely scrapped.
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1817 1989 2FYD2MG00KU013367 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1818 1989 2FYD2MG02KU013368 {E}263953 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1819 1989 2FYD2MG04KU013369
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX. It was spotted in 2017.[14][15]
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1820 1989 2FYD2MG00KU013370 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1821 1989 2FYD2MG02KU013371
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX. It was spotted in June 2014[16][17][18] & 6/14/2019.[19]
Sported the San Pablo livery for uses on the 72, 72L & 73/72M routes.
1822 1989 2FYD2MG04KU013372
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX.[20][21]
1823 1989 2FYD2MG06KU013373
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was spotted there still intact on 6/10/2015.[13] It was finally moved off of the property by summer 2018 and was likely scrapped.
1824 1989 2FYD2MG08KU013374 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1825 1989 2FYD2MG0XKU013375 {E}263986
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Zacher's Auto Salvage in Harbor City, CA.
  • Sold to Scott Richards/Regional Transit Service. (Lic. Plate: 7R99101). It was used with Frank's All City Lines.[22][23]
    • Its registration was last renewed in 2006.
    • It was likely scrapped.
1826 1989 2FYD2MG01KU013376
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.
    • It was sold to Schlitterbahn Waterparks in New Braunfels, TX. It was spotted in July 2015.[9]
1827 1989 2FYD2MG03KU013377
Retired circa 2003-2004.
  • Auctioned off
  • Bought by Transit Sales International.[10]
1828 1989 2FYD2MG05KU013378 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off
1829 1989 2FYD2MG07KU013379 {E}264021 Retired circa 2003-2004.
Auctioned off

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