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HO – 1966 GM PD4107 “Buffalo” Coach Bus — Voyageur Colonial – Destination: Montreal Express

61.50 CAD $

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Description

Iconic Replicas #87-0287
1966 GM PD4107 Motorcoach Bus – Assembled
UPC : 9681015720414
I would like to thank Gilles Brunelle for his bilangual feedback (Français / English – scroll way down).

AUTOBUS Voyageur Colonial (Destination: Montreal Express: white, silver, green, black)
Walthers Part # 808-870287
HO scale,

  • All diecast metal
  • Limited edition production of 504
  • Every model are only produced once.

This Bus is one of many detailed HO Scale bus models from Iconic Replicas.

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 18 × 8 × 5 cm

1 review for HO – 1966 GM PD4107 “Buffalo” Coach Bus — Voyageur Colonial – Destination: Montreal Express

  1. Gilles Brunelle

    English version below

    Le GM PD-4107
    PD = Parlor Coach
    41 = capacité maximale de 41 passagers
    07 = 7 ième série
    Longueur 35 pieds, moteur 8V71 Detroit Diesel, transmission manuelle 4 vitesses.
    Il succéda au PD-4106 (première série à utiliser le moteur 8V71) inspiré du fameux Senic cruser construit exclusivement pour Greyhound, il reçu le surnom de Buffalo à cause de la pente sur son toit. Produit majoritairement en 1966 et 1967 à grande échelle il fut disponible jusqu’en 1977 sur commande spéciale (PD-4108). Il fut, début 1968, remplacé par un version allongée (40 pieds) la série PD-4901 et suivante, qui fut commercialisée jusqu’en 1977. Voyageur Colonial (Ontario) en a reçu 42 unités, (1966-1967), Voyageur (Québec) durant la même période avait 24 unités.
    Les autobus livrés au Québec n’étaient pas équipés de la servo-direction, contrairement aux véhicules livrés en Ontario. Ils reçurent alors le surnom de POWER BRAS.

    Gilles Brunelle

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    The GM PD-4107
    PD = Parlor Coach
    41 = maximum capacity of 41 passengers
    07 = 7 th of the series
    Length 35 feet, 8V71 Detroit Diesel engine, 4 speed manual transmission.
    It succeeded the PD-4106 (first series to use the 8V71 engine) inspired by the famous Senic Cruser built exclusively for Greyhound, it received the nickname Buffalo because of the slope on its roof. Produced mainly in 1966 and 1967 on a large scale, it was available until 1977 by special order (PD-4108). At the beginning of 1968, it was replaced by an extended version (40 feet) the PD-4901 series and following, which was marketed until 1977. Voyageur Colonial (Ontario) received 42 units, (1966-1967), Voyageur Inc. (Quebec) during the same period had 24 units.
    Buses delivered to Quebec were not equipped with power steering, unlike vehicles delivered to Ontario. They were then given the nickname of “POWER BRAS” i.e. Arm Power.

    Gilles Brunelle

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