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Motor Coach Industries (MCI)

Motor Coach Industries is a Canadian Corporation. The Greyhound Corporation acquired 100% interest in MCI in 1958. MCIs were built in Winnipeg, Canada.

The Fort Garry Motor Body Co. which began manufacture of bus and truck bodies in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1937 became Motor Coach Industries in 1942.

By the time that the Greyhound Corporation acquired a 100 percent interest in 1958, MCI had turned out over 500 buses, the majority for Canadian Greyhound Lines.

About MCI and the MC-5

In 1963 MCI expanded its facilities to include an assembly plant in Pembina, North Dakota. The model MC-5 was the first in a series of new MCI coaches completed and delivered to Greyhound Lines in the United States. MCI built 300 model MC-5s in 1963 and 1964; 261 were assigned to Western Greyhound Lines.

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Meet Our ‘Hounds
#8005 - Western Greyhound

In this story, you will meet the Pacific Bus Museum’s various Greyhounds… and “honorary” Greyhound.

General Motors, Greyhound, Mack, Motor Coach Industries (MCI), Parlor

#2623 – Yosemite Community College District
1964 Motor Coach Industries (MCI) model MC-5

This Motor Coach Industries (MCI) model MC-5 was delivered new to Western Greyhound Lines in March 1964.

#2623 was acquired by Yuba College in 1978. In 2000 it was acquired by the Yosemite Community College District in Modesto, CA

In 2011 it was acquired by Pacific Bus Museum member, Tom Harris, who donated #2623 to the Pacific Bus Museum in 2017.

4-Speed Manual, Detroit Diesel, Greyhound, Intercity Coach, Motor Coach Industries (MCI), Western Greyhound Lines, Yosemite Community College, Yuba College

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