There are still some interesting coloured large cars.
I used to work for a company contracted with Nova and got to work on the assembly line occasionally.
It is pretty cool to see them built and see how they move them through the plant.
They’re already obscure, comfortable commuters.
Ye’, looking up the history of Henleys Group, Dennis, Walter Alexander, Plaxton, Volvo, Nova Bus, Prevost,
The US spec Setra really looked fugly with the Americanized bits like the split windshield and large bumper.
The transit buses here are mostly New Flyers, though the oldest buses are from Neoplan, a Colorado bus maker that went bankrupt in 2006.
It was exciting see an Orion. It's what comes to mind when I think TTC.
Note that there are a bunch of US-based bus manufacturers that specialize in school buses, Blue Bird and Thomas Built being the most prominent. There are some offerings that aim a bit beyond schools and prisons:
The more you know.........not only is Gillig US, but also Californian.
It’s cool seeing old Orions still kicking around, they look so much better then the Novas. You also forgot that Nova HQ is in Quebec, & built in Quebec, but owned by Volvo. I saw one Orion today. While on "busses" I count street cars as busses.
I was going to say what was wrong with Plaxton, but as Alexander Dennis bought them out in 2007-8 it sort of seems mute, and they now produce Enviro 200 and 400 for Alexander Dennis.
I wholeheartedly disagree with you but respect your opinion.
I haven’t watched the remix, and while I thought S4 was a bit repetitive, I thought it was an interesting way to go about telling the story; almost like the viewers were the investigators, talking to one person at a time until everything kind of came together after you’d heard all the stories.
You’re like bizzaro me or something. I am a firm believer that the original cut of Season 4 was the best season. It was certainly confusing until the stories start to collide, but once they do it’s brilliant.
The first half of season 5 was a return to form. The cast’s chemistry is still there, the cameos and sideplots were mostly abandoned, and every single scene with Maeby was absolutely genius. I am all in for season 5.
The list is endless (and much predates the Porsche Engineering Group GmbH; after all, Porsche started life in the early 30s as a technical design consultancy). And there are many contracts that are not publicly known. For instance, there were rumours at the time that the four-wheel drive system in the E30 325ix (and…
Sure is a nice-looking Lada
I too support Lada gibbing. I'm closer than that other guy.
GIB the Lada