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Motor Coach Industries F3500

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The '''[[Motor Coach Industries]] F3500''' (initially known as the 102F35) was a 35 foot coach that was manufactured in Sahagun, Mexico. The F3500 was originally intended to be used as a conversion shell due to its affordable price and length, but it soon found markets in the shuttle and motorcoach industries.
The F3500's heritage can be traced back to After the merger of MCI and Dina F12in 1994, MCI worked on a motorcoach produced new, small integral coach for the Mexican North American market. It used This became the torilastic suspension developed by [[Flxible]] as Dina had acquired a licence to Flxible designs. The F12 is built as in Mexico, a 40 -foot two axle coach in Mexico, but is built as and the F3500, a 35 -foot two axle coach for , in Canada and the United States . It used the torilastic suspension developed by [[Flxible]] and badged an acquired by Dina.<ref>Plancho, Larry (April 2001) MCICoaches A to J. ''National Bus Trader''.</ref>
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==References==
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[[Category:Highway Coach]]
[[Category:Motor Coach Industries|F3500]]
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