Fitzjohn

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Fitzjohn was one of many bus manufacturers in United States and Canada. Most of the companies products emerged in the 1940s and 1950s, but it was undermined by larger players like General Motors.

FitzJohn built more than 5000 bus bodies, complete buses, sedan stretchouts and trailer conversions (as well as truck bodies).

The Canadian plant in Brantford that had opened in 1949 was sold in 1959 to Blue Bird.

Products

Cityliner

  • 300 (1930s–1942)
  • 310 (1944–1950)
  • 325 (?–1940)
  • 350 (1936–1937)
  • FTG/FTD (1950-1956)

Duraliner

  • 500 (1939–1945)
  • 510 (1946–1952)
  • 525

Falcon

  • 600 (1939–1940)
  • 610 (1940–1946)
  • 615 (1940–1946)
  • 625 (?–1946)
  • 635 (1949-1956)

Roadrunner

  • FIG/FID (1954–1958)