Eagle International Model 10

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Eagle International - Model 10
Years of manufacture 1980-1987
Length 40 feet
Width 96 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The Eagle International Model 10 was a 42-53 passenger highway coach that began production in 1980. The Model 10 was introduced with many design changes from the Model 05.[1]

In 1981, the front doors were raised to the same height as the top of the windshield. [2]

In 1982, Eagle offered a 2-axle suburban version named Model 10S. However, axle load limitations reduced its usefulness and few were built. [3]

In 1983, an LT Luxury Tour coach option became available. It featured new sidewall and ceiling panels, new window trim and enclosed parcel racks.

2217 units were built.



Demonstrator Units

Thumbnail Build
VIN Engine Transmission Notes
11/1982 1EUAN8A10CB030965
7/1983 1EUAN8A13DB031089
  • AE10LT (Luxury Touring package) demonstrator.
  • Sold in 1983.
7/1983 1EUAN8A1XDB031090
8301 7/1983 1EUAN8A11DB031091
  • AE10 Canadian demonstrator.
  • Operated by Trailways of Canada 8301.
  • Sold to General Services Administration-The Airport Connection (DC) 1401 in 1983.
9/1983 1EUAN8A13DB031111
  • AE10 American Bus Association demonstrator.
  • Sold to Double G Coaches 150 in 1983.
1983 DB050001
6/1984 1EUAN8A11EB031304
8/1984 1EUAN6A10EB031346 AE10S demonstrator (Houston METRO production unit 1274) for the American Bus Association show.
8/1986 1EUAN8A10GB031636 AE10 demonstrator for the Taiwan Highway Bureau.


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  1. en.wikipedia.org, retrieved on 2009-09-28.
  2. Bus Explorer, retrieved on 2009-09-28.
  3. Bus Explorer, retrieved on 2009-09-28.
  4. www.coachinfo.com