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Many print and internet sources state that all Fageols drivetrains used Hercules engines. “They are wrong,” says PBM Vice President, Tom Shafer.

It is true that 1930’s Twin Coaches used Hercules engines, but the post-war ones are stamped “Fageol”. These post-war Fageol engines were made in the Kent, OH factory Twin Coach plant.

Hercules was not too far away in Canton, but there was no association.

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#77 – Glacier National Park Transportation

This Flxible Visicoach was one of four (#48-51) delivered new in 1955 to the Utah Parks Company as #50.

The bus was donated to the PBM in 1996 along with the five other buses of Richard Twining’s historical bus collection.

Year Built: 1955
Manufacturer: The Flxible Company, Loudonville, Ohio
Model: 218FA1-55-29IC Visicoach
Serial#: 30839
Original Owner: Utah Parks Co. #50

5-Speed Manual, Fageol, Flxible, Glacier Transport Company, Hercules, Specialty, Union Pacific Railroad, Utah Parks Company

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