In this story, you will meet the Pacific Bus Museum’s various Greyhounds… and “honorary” Greyhound.
Dwight Austin was an integral part of the history of the angle drive, which was a key component of the Utility Coach. His angle drive was almost identically duplicated by Kenworth, Mack, and Twin Coach
Other manufacturers embraced the Utility Coach (angle drive) concept. Kenworth built one model KHC-22 in August 1932 which went to Portland Traction. Mack built an almost photographic copy as its model CW starting in 1935.
Sources included: Coachbuilt.com