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1966 GMC TDH 5303 'New Look'

1966 GMC TDH 5303 in Speed, Movie, 1994 IMDB

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

1966 GMC TDH 5303 'New Look'

Position 00:47:32 [*][*][*][*][*] The vehicle is part of the movie

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antp BE

2005-10-10 19:48

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-- Last edit: 2007-02-23 23:21:32

Snookie US

2006-06-06 17:46

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1966 GMC TDH 5303 New Look

antp BE

2006-06-06 22:00

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But it has a GM logo :??:

Firebird86 US

2006-06-06 22:19

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Its just GM, not GMC. The buses were built by the General Motors "Coach Division"

Carfan US

2006-06-12 22:01

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You could only get the front view? Also these kinds of buses were nicknamed "Fishbowl Buses".

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antp BE

2006-06-12 22:26

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You question asks if there was no better picture? It was uploaded at the time that we only put one picture per vehicle, before the arrival of Imageshack thumbnails :D It is maybe not the best view of the bus, but it represents it well. I should rewatch the DVD to add more pictures.

Carfan US

2006-06-17 02:00

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Okay. I found some informantion about the movie about the buses for this film.
http://www.busstation.net/screen/screenfmsm.htm

antp BE

2006-06-17 11:45

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It is SteveA's website :)

Snookie US

2007-02-25 04:48

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Carfan wrote You could only get the front view? Also these kinds of buses were nicknamed "Fishbowl Buses".


The nickname came from it's rounded front windshield!! In a way, it does look like a fishbowl. I love these buses. I rode them since I was a kid growing up in Chicago. :D

Snookie US

2007-02-25 04:51

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Firebird86 wrote Its just GM, not GMC. The buses were built by the General Motors "Coach Division"


Beginning in 1959, the General Motors Truck/Coach division became known as GM. After 1967, it became GMC. This explains why many of the 'New Look' buses on this site have different builders plates.

NOTE: Buses from 1959-1966 have a plate that says GM.
Buses from 1967-1977 read GMC, and Canadian new looks (1977-1986) read GM, or BBI (Brown Boveri Industries)

truck man US

2007-11-12 02:52

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This bus kinda looks a little like a greyhound bus.

matt trakker

2008-07-05 09:58

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Is it possible this is a 1970s or early 80s GM of Canada produced bus? If you look at the speedometer, there is a red dot at 55 MPH, much like how cars in the late 70s and 1980s had a circled or different colored 55 due to the national 55 MPG speed limit???

matt trakker

2008-07-05 09:59

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Also, they used about 10-13ish buses for the movie, maybe the one with the instrument cluster shot was a newer fishbowl bus...

moviebuses US

2008-10-27 06:07

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THE SPEEDOMETERS WER OUT OF 1956 OR 1957 THUNDERBIRDS. THERE WAS 16 BUSES USED IN THE MOVIE ALL OF WHICH WERE FROM SAN DIEGO TRANSIT, SCRTD AND A GM DEMO 5305

CRAFT372 US

2009-09-12 17:13

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I gues that your Caps Lock is stuck or something, but where was i now oh i hope that some one can post all the models of the diferent Busses used as Bus 2525 i dont believe it i am talking about a Bus like its and Actor

AfroNinja376 CA

2009-10-09 04:43

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i think it looks more like a late '70s to mid '80s new look bus to me.

modell US

2010-05-22 06:15

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Money isn't everything.
(Yeah, right.)

fleetwood75

2010-12-07 04:39

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There are still a good number of New Looks in service in Toronto & Montreal, Canada believe it or not, And for truck man who said this bus looks a little like a Greyhound bus to him, There were some new looks that were purchased by Greyhound and used as shuttle buses at the 1964 New York World's Fair as well as some their intercity routes.

crownfan5 US

2012-07-19 03:24

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how many of these survived filming

modell US

2013-03-04 08:04

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I love the shot of the bus making a wide turn on an LAX runway with a 747 taking off in the background. According to IMDb trivia it took more than 50 takes to get that shot right!

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Emag89 US

2013-03-19 17:12

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So whats the status on the buses used in the film today? How many are left and where are they? I'd love to see one in person

police car fan NL

2013-04-11 20:06

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Max_S DE

2015-02-15 00:21

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Emag89 wrote So whats the status on the buses used in the film today? How many are left and where are they? I'd love to see one in person


One went back into service, as it was just borrowed (the one for the first few scenes).
One stayed with the company that provided the other cars (fate unknown).
And they killed three more (one for the jump, one for the explosion, one with the booby-trapped door.

Max

antp BE

2015-12-23 23:17

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I watched the movie again this evening, it had been a long time.
Still a very good movie, except this scene of the bus jump which is not very convincing... I'm surprised that there were no pics of it.

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They did the jump for real (the good old time where movies weren't full of CGI) but had to use a ramp, as it is physically impossible to make such jump on a "flat" gap. They should have integrated the ramp in some kind of road works stuff left at the end of the road, instead of erasing it digitally (as it seems that's what they did).

Pierre EN

2016-05-03 23:12

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More on the runway action, and the airplanes, on the impdb - one of the great links to this site.

jthe transit fan

2017-07-31 05:35

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The bus blowed up

train68 US

2018-03-05 17:24

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I'm surprised that no one has posted any complaints about this bus getting destroyed. After all, the bus was built in the '60s.

Speaking of which, the first time I watched this, I expected the destruction of the bus to be where the movie ends.

-- Last edit: 2018-09-02 19:49:39

emag89 US

2019-03-13 00:21

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Link to "www.hemmings.com"
Looks like one still exists and was sold in 2018

IHateFreedom US

2019-04-07 21:21

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Back in the mid-1990s, Entertainment Weekly had a classifieds page and someone was selling pieces of one of the buses.

DoctorJoe CA

2019-07-02 01:54

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This bus is in the Ghost Whisperer season 1 episode 21 :O [Image: i085108.jpg]

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