ElDorado National Passport

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ElDorado National Passport
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Years of manufacture 2008 to 2013?
Length 30 or 35 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The ElDorado National Passport was a medium duty low floor cutaway paratransit and shuttle bus. It was originally built on the General Motors/Chevrolet C5500 chassis, but in March 2010, ElDorado National's parent company, Thor Industries, entered into an agreement with IC Bus. This agreement stated IC Bus was the exclusive chassis provider for cutaways using the IC Bus TC Series chassis.[1]

Specifications on GMC chassis

Dimensions

  • Length: 29 or 34'
  • Width: 102"
  • Height: 117" (120" w/HVAC)

Engine

  • GMC Vortec 8.1L (gasoline, CNG and propane conversion available)
  • GMC Duramax 6.6L 300 hp (diesel)

Transmission

Axles

  • Front: ArvinMeritor solid I beam
  • Rear: Dana

Brakes

  • Hydraulic disc with ABS

Specifications on IC chassis

Dimensions

  • Length: 30 or 35'
  • Width: 102"
  • Height: 117" (120" w/HVAC)

Engine

Transmission

Suspension

  • Full air

Brakes

  • Air with ABS

Operators

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References

  1. IC Bus, Thor enter chassis agreement, metro-magazine.com, retrieved on 2010-08-08