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GM B-Series Blue Bird CV200

GM B-Series in The Black Donnellys, TV Series, 2007 IMDB Ep. 1.01

Class: Bus, School — Model origin: US

GM B-Series Blue Bird CV200

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


night cub US

2016-02-17 18:07


[Image: blackdon-101-vlcsnap-00102.jpg]

Skywatcher68 US

2016-02-17 18:22


Blue Bird body. GM chassis?

-- Last edit: 2016-02-17 18:24:38

supcoach US

2016-02-17 18:43


After redesigning its medium-duty truck line in 1991, General Motors entered into a 11-year supply agreement with Blue Bird, starting with 1992 production. Although the Blue Bird Conventional would remain available on other chassis (Ford, Navistar, and later Freightliner), the school bus version of the Chevrolet Kodiak/GMC TopKick would become the standard version of the Blue Bird Conventional, called the Blue Bird/GM CV200. The CV200 was produced until 2003.

So a Blue Bird/GM CV200


2016-02-19 08:50


@ supcoach:
Once again, the Wikipedia text you copy-pasted has a Creative Commons By/Sa license: you can of course use it, but you should at least say where it comes from. This is the least that can be given as an acknowledgement for the work done by the WP contributors.
Please, use the [quote]Quoted text[/quote] code, next time.

About the bus:
For now,
2 bus with CV200 in their name (one GM CV200 and one 1992 GMC B-Series 'Blue Bird CV200' ),
• at least one GM B-Series 'Blue Bird' without other reference,
14 1992+ GMC B-Series without CV200,
5 Chevrolet B-Series with just Bluebird, among which at least one with the CV200 name mentioned in the comments,
• and most probably several other buses without model year lost in the IMCDb...

Time to unify the identifications? :D

-- Last edit: 2016-02-19 09:00:01

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