American Transportation Corporation

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American Transportation Corporation (known as AmTran) was a builder of school buses in the United States which was established in 1933.


American Transportation Corporation's beginnings can be traced back to Ward Body Works which, in 1980, became known as American Transportation Corporation (AmTran). Navistar International purchased interest in AmTran in the 1990's, and over several years acquired more and more of the company eventually fully purchasing the company in 1995.

In 2000, the company was rebranded as International Truck and Bus. In 2002, the name was changed again to IC Corporation, and today is known as IC Bus.


Models retained the Ward brand name until 1992 when the AmTran brand name was used instead.

Type A

Type C

Type D


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