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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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Comments about this vehicle

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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

Tracy US

2017-01-16 18:41

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I found this image online somewhere a few years ago.

[Image: whitebus01-1938706mbus.jpg]

On January 7, 2017 I decided to try to ID this bus. My search led me to this forum post. My image was taken before the bus was used in "25th Hour". You can see the top has been chopped but the curved rear section has not been chopped yet. In the movie it has been chopped but not finished. After searching the suggestions listed here I have positively IDed the bus as a 1938 White 706M.

Link to "gallery.aths.org"

-- Last edit: 2017-01-16 18:45:55

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