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Volvo B10 M Jonckheere Deauville

Volvo B10 M in Internal Affairs, Movie, 1990 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: SE — Built in: BE — Made for: USA

Volvo B10 M Jonckheere Deauville

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Comments about this vehicle


karoomay SY

2011-11-28 03:07


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2011-11-28 04:09



ShortCappy US

2011-11-28 10:33



The bodywork is definitely a Jonckheere Jubilee. As for the make and model, either it's a Volvo B10M or a Leyland Tiger based on the position of the front axle under the first passenger window that matches that on the above coach. It's not a Scania K112, a Scania K113, or a DAF SB 2300 due to the position of the front axle on those coaches being about 1 foot behind the position of the front axle on the above coach.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-11-28 10:47


At the risk of asking a stupid question, did Jomckheere ever export to the USA?

ShortCappy US

2011-11-29 00:31


Gag Halfrunt wrote At the risk of asking a stupid question, did Jomckheere ever export to the USA?

I don't know if Jonckheere did that or if it's another manufacturer responsible for the assembly process. I've never heard of Jonckheere until I had identified the body on this bus.


2014-08-25 21:46


I know this post is very late, but Jonckheere did in fact export buses to the USA. I know California, Florida, and New York had them. They were powered by Detroit Diesel Series 92 engines (six cylinders) with Allison transmissions. Pictures of these buses are very rare.

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Exiv96 BE

2018-07-10 12:48


The front end looks more like a Deauville than a Jubilee.

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