Twin Coach 34-S

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Twin Coach - 34-S/34-SP/34-SW
34-S
Years of manufacture 1944-51
Length ? feet
Width 96, 102 inches
Power/Fuel Gasoline, Propane

Twin Coach 34-S was the smallest of the post-war models. It seated 34 passengers and was available with single gasoline (34-S) & single propane engines (34-SP). A wide version (102") was offered as the 34-SW. The 34-S came with a Spicer torque converter and had Torsilastic suspension.

Features/Specs

Engine

  • Fageol FTC 180 hp underfloor engine

Demonstrator Units

Fleet Number Thumbnail Year Serial Engine Transmission Notes
? June 1945 1
? 1946? 138
  • 34-S demo
  • Sold to Spicer in 1946?.
? ? 764B

Operators

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Preserved Coaches

Year Thumbnail Serial Original Owner Fleet Number Current Owner
1946 258B Menderson Bus Lines 507 Valley Metro
1947 Green Bay Transit 884-a.jpg 721B Wisconsin Public Service Company 884 Green Bay Metro
1948 791B Tucson Rapid Transit Company 113 Old Pueblo Trolley Museum
194? ? British Columbia Electric Railway M??? TRAMS

References

34-S / 34-SW production list at Ohio Museum of Transportation [1]