General Motors TDH-5103

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GMC TDH-5103
Years of manufacture 1950 to 1953
Length 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The General Motors TDH-5103 was a 40 foot Old Look built from 1950 to 1953 in the United States. It was the first 40 foot old look to be available to all operators (The 5101 was exclusively for New York City) and the first 102" wide one. They were powered by a Detroit Diesel 6-71 engine.

951 units were built for United States operators.

Operators

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Preserved Coaches

Year Thumbnail Serial Original Owner Fleet Number Current Owner
1950 154 Chicago Motor Coach 605 Illinois Railway Museum
1950 ? Portland, ME 504 Seashore Trolley Museum
1951 282 Cincinnati Street Railway Company 136 Steve Lukin
1951 559 Pacific Electric Lines Company 2857 Pacific Bus Museum
1951 577 Pacific Electric Lines Company 2875 Scott Richards/Regional Transit Service
1951 604 Chicago Motor Coach 663 John Lebeau
1951 613 Chicago Motor Coach 671 Dave Buzek
1953 915 Cleveland Transit System 430 Ohio Museum of Transportation

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