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Bay Rapid Transit 80


Originally delivered new to Tacoma Transit Company in 1948 as #86 and part of an order of 13 buses numbered 81 to 93. #86 was later sold to Bremerton-Charleston Bus Company in Washington state where it was still running in daily service in 1983 when it was acquired by Monterey Salinas Transit.

Restoration of this bus by the MST Maintenance Department was begun after the bus arrived in Monterey and completed in September of 1983. Bus#80 was used in special community service, parades and as a mobile marketing center. Bus 80 was donated to the PBM by Monterey Salinas Transit  in September 2017.



Manufacturer:     Fageol - Twin Coach, built in Buffalo, NY

Model:    34-S, Serial #: 34-S-669B  Built: 1948

Powertrain:  6 cylinder 180 hp Fageol gasoline engine mounted midship underfloor with 2 speed torque converter transmission

Body:    Steel and Aluminum    Seating: 34 passengers, transit seating.

Length:    29 ft. 2 1/2 in.    Width:    8 ft.

Current Status

80 is operable and in good mechanical condition.


Adopt This Bus

Support the PBM’s bus preservation efforts. Join the museum’s Adopt-A-Bus program. Adopt this bus or any PBM bus of your choice by contributing to a special fund account reserved for maintenance and or restoration of each bus. All of the PBM’s buses have their own special accounts and all funds donated to a particular account will be used only for that bus.

To donate to the Special Funds account for this bus indicate Bay Rapid Transit 80 on your contribution.


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