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#1367323 Wed Jul 01 2020 04:27 PM
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Tiny #1367331 Wed Jul 01 2020 05:08 PM
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Found this info.

Greyhound worked with the Yellow Coach Manufacturing Company for its streamlined Series 700 buses, first for Series 719 prototypes in 1934, and from 1937 as the exclusive customer for Yellow's Series 743 bus (which Greyhound named the "Super Coach").


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Tiny #1367333 Wed Jul 01 2020 05:09 PM
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Almost looks like a Mercedes badge under the windshield.

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Tiny #1367338 Wed Jul 01 2020 05:32 PM
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Yellow Coach was majority owned by General Motors. It is a Yellow Coach badge on the front.


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