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.

Specifications

[4]

Demonstrator Units

Fleet
Number
Thumbnail Build
Date
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.

Operators

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References

  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