|FD6V5-331-1||75000||1||Demo to Ohio State University (OH)||-||?/63|
|FD6V5-351-1||75001||-||United GMC Sales & Service (Upper Darby PA)||-||?/63|
|FD47-311-1||75002||2||Demo to Robert Schweiger (WA)||-||?/64|
|FD6V5-351-1||75003-75007||-||Avenue B & East Broadway Transit Co (NYC NY)||601-605||?/65|
|FD47-311-1||75008||-||Motor Tours of Nevada (Reno NV)||-||?/65|
|FD6V5-311-1||75009-75010||-||Short Line of Pennsylvania Inc (West Chester PA)||204-205||?/65|
|FD47-331-1||75011-75020||-||Cleveland Transit System (Cleveland OH)||1200-1209||?/65|
|411DD-D4-1||75021-75023||-||Achor's Gray Line (Kauai HI)||10,9,11||?/66|
|411GD-C2||75024-75078||3-4||Southern California Rapid Transit District (Los Angeles CA)||4000-4055||?/66|
|411GD-C2-1||75079-75082||3||Pomona Valley Municipal Transit System (CA)||60-63||?/66|
The Evergreen Alabama production was primarily distingushable by the use of two headlamps as opposed to the quad headlamps utilized by the Loudonville production. These buses were manufactured at the old Southern Coach facility and were 35 foot or less in size. The headlamp and turn signal arrangement on the front resembled those used by the Southern Coach. Some systems classified these units as Flxettes although a true Flxette was an entirely different bus.
(1) Demonstrator originally to Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (CA) as coach 9000.
(2) Demonstrator originally to Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (CA) as coach 9001.
(3) Used Cummins Diesel engines
(4) No A/C
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