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1938 Fitzjohn Duraliner

1938 Fitzjohn Duraliner in 25th Hour, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: US

1938 Fitzjohn Duraliner

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Callahan VI

2006-06-12 23:51

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Praise the Lord!

der.krusche AT

2006-07-04 13:12

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Callahan wrote Praise the Lord!

if it may help to spot the bus ...

;-))
martin

sixcyl FR

2006-07-16 10:47

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FALSE ADVERTISING !!!! :D :D :D

antp BE

2006-07-16 11:44

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der.krusche wrote
if it may help to spot the bus ...


:lol:

yvon52 BE

2006-07-16 11:49

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Il y a des limites, j'ai dit que j'allais me "chouter" avec des autobus, MAIS pas celui-ci. Il est moche, je n'en veux pas. Na!!! :lol: :lol:

Ddey65 US

2007-02-18 19:47

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I'm going to take a wild guess, and suggest the possibility of a White 706M.

mp775 US

2009-12-14 15:33

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According to the White article in the November-December 1992 issue of Motor Coach Age, the 706-M was only available as a single door coach, and this one has an odd left-side rear door. It may be a front-engine 805-M, which was available with custom bodywork.

Boston had ACF-Brill H-9-S buses with left-side doors; could be one of those, too.

Ddey65 US

2010-02-11 15:37

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The ACF-Brill H-9-S had separated front fenders that this doesn't have. I almost considered the White 805-M, but that grille bulges out a little too much for me. The grille of a lot of H-9-S's bulge too, but moreso than this.

I've seen this bus before in other movies, TV shows, and photographs, but I can't think of where.



-- Last edit: 2010-02-11 15:46:11

andrepa DE

2012-10-01 01:50

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what about a Fitzjohn 500 Duraliner of the late 30ies ?
right now only can find auction of prospect
Link to "www.ebay.ie"
there have been cityliners too
http://www.geocities.ws/fitzjohnbus/image2page13.jpg
this a 300
they came with 185 or 200 inch chasis with Chevrolet engine in front
and body by Fitzjohn
grille flat with front and no separate wings

-- Last edit: 2012-10-01 02:13:47

Mr. TDM 4512 US

2012-10-01 08:51

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Can you imagine 'me' not knowing what this is? (you name it, and I'll shoot it!).

Anyway, all I have to add to this conversation is that what might appear to be a passenger door (left rear) was an emergency door.

Regards, Mr. 'L'

steph_444444 CA

2013-07-29 18:17

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JB wrote 1938 Fitzjohn Duraliner.
http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/f/fitzjohn/fitzjohn.htm


I'd say we have a match. This one was clearly modified with a chop top, though.

Gamer DE

2013-08-19 18:10

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I would have said Chevrolet R52, but I changed my mind, it's a Duraliner of '38: http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/f/fitzjohn/oo1938_fitzjohn_duraliner_2.jpg

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