Product Gallery: Bus

Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:(unknown)
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
A pull-back toy. Carl found a Stop sign decal that fit the model. The model is to scale.
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Fleer Collectibles
Year Introduced:2001
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Width:model: 9'
Decorated for the University of Michigan Wolverines. Fleer Collectibles bought out White Rose Collectible who produced this bus. Fleer specializes in making sports-related trading cards and diecast models in various scales, including S.
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Kids Only, Inc.
Year Introduced:1998
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Length:model: 27'4"
Width:model: 7'4"
Height:model: 9'4"
A pull-back toy.
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photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Menards (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:279-3948A
Year Introduced:2017
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
This Santa Fe Trailways Bus is a load on the Menards O-scale flat car. The bus, however, is a perfect match for an S-scale model.
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photo © (Menards stock photo)
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Menards (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:279-3844B
Year Introduced:2017
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
This travel bus is a load on the Menards O-scale flat car. The bus, however, is a perfect match for an S-scale model.
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photo © (Menards stock photo)
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Menards (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:279-3843B
Year Introduced:2017
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
This school bus is a load on the Menards O-scale flat car. The bus, however, is a perfect match for an S-scale model.
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photo © (Menards stock photo)
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Menards (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:279-3377B
Year Introduced:2017
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Length:prototype: 35'; model: 35'
Width:prototype: 8'; model: 8.8'
Height:prototype: 9.5'; model: 9.5'
This Continental Trailways Bus is a load on the Menards O-scale flat car. The bus, however, is a perfect match for an S-scale model.
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photo © (Menards stock photo)
Prototype:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer:Racing Champions
Year Introduced:1991
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Photo
photo © Ted Hamler
Prototype:(unknown) School Bus
Model Manufacturer:Kinsmart
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
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Prototype:Ford AA
Model Manufacturer:Railmaster Exports (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:R160
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Bus
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photo © (Railmaster Exports stock photo)
Prototype:MCI E
Model Manufacturer:Royal Coach Bus (visit product page)
Year Introduced:2009
Product Type:Ready-to-go
Category:Bus
These modern 45-foot Sceniccruisers are manufactured by Tonkin Replicas for Royal Coach Bus, and come in a large variety of "paint schemes" (see their web site). A product review was done in the January 2010 issue of the S Gaugian magazine.
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photo © (Royal Coach Bus stock photo)
Prototype:MCI E4500
Model Manufacturer:Tonkin Replicas
Year Introduced:2008
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
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photo © (Tonkin Replicas stock photo)
Prototype:Prevost H
Model Manufacturer:Royal Coach Bus (visit product page)
Year Introduced:2012
Product Type:Ready-to-go
Category:Bus
These touring coaches come in a large variety of "paint schemes" (see their web site).
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Prototype:Prevost H3 Coach
Model Manufacturer:Tonkin Replicas
Year Introduced:2008
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
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photo © (Tonkin Replicas stock photo)
Prototype:Prevost H3 Passenger
Model Manufacturer:Tonkin Replicas
Year Introduced:2008
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Photo
photo © (Tonkin Replicas stock photo)
Prototype:Prevost X
Model Manufacturer:Royal Coach Bus (visit product page)
Year Introduced:2009
Product Type:Ready-to-go
Category:Bus
These 45-foot buses come in a large variety of "paint schemes" (see their web site).
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photo © (Royal Coach Bus stock photo)
Prototype:Prevost X3 Passenger
Model Manufacturer:Tonkin Replicas
Year Introduced:2008
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
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photo © (Tonkin Replicas stock photo)
Prototype:Prevost XL II Coach
Model Manufacturer:Tonkin Replicas
Year Introduced:2008
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
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Photo #2
photo © (Tonkin Replicas stock photo)
Prototype:1930 Ford Model AA
Model Manufacturer:Railmaster Exports (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:R260
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Bus
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photo © (Railmaster Exports stock photo)
Prototype:1936 Yellow Coach Z-CT-843
Model Manufacturer:Newgard Model Industries (visit product page)
Year Introduced:2003
Product Type:Resin Kit
Category:Bus
The photo shows the HO-scale model in the foreground and the S-scale version in the background.
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photo © (Newgard Model Industries stock photo)
Prototype:1940 GMC
Model Manufacturer:Greenlight
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
There is also a "1950" version, but it is externally identical to the 1940 model.
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Video
photo © (Greenlight stock photo)
Prototype:1950 (unknown) MCI
Model Manufacturer:CatzPaw Innovations (visit product page)
Model Manufacturer ID:VEH64BSK1
Year Introduced:2015
Product Type:3D-printed
Category:Bus
This is a kit, and includes a driver figure and instructions. Chassis is separate from the body, so interior detailing is possible. There is a product review of this kit in the January 2015 issue of the S Gaugian magazine.
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photo © (CatzPaw Innovations stock photo)
Prototype:1950 GMC (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Hoquat Hobbies
Year Introduced:1989
Product Type:Resin Kit
Category:Bus
This is a longer version of the one the company released in 1987. The photo, from the April 1989 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch, shows both models.
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photo © Dick Karnes
Prototype:1950 GMC TGH 3101 (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Hoquat Hobbies
Year Introduced:1987
Product Type:Resin Kit
Category:Bus
Kit parts made by James C. Wolf for Hoquat Hobbies. These buses were used for low-capacity routes and lasted up through the mid-1970s.
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photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Prototype:1954 GMC Scenicruiser
Model Manufacturer:(unknown)
Model Manufacturer ID:PD-4501
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Bus
Greyhound bus.
Photo
photo © Ted Hamler

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