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About huskycamp

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  • Birthday 06/20/1959

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Cajon Pass, Ca
  • Interests GMC PD 4104, Hiking, Backpacking, Search and Rescue, Siberian Huskies, maps
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  1. New To The PD4104 Motorcoach World

    Clark, PD 4104-3853 is a 1958 coach originally purchased by the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company. It was part of a 10 coach order. Original fleet # of B-150. I have free manuals and other 4104 related links. My email address isjusle@aol.com I have written several articles for Bus Conversion Magazine on my search.
  2. GM Bus Conversion

    PDA 3704-091 a 1950 coach originally purchased by Lake Shore Coach in Columbus, Ohio as fleet #528. Only 100 coaches of this model were made. May want to contact Luke at US Coach in Vineland, NJ 888/262-2434
  3. Latest PD 4104 update: Seated coach 27 Conversion 388 Noted on web 28 Scrapped 32
  4. GM Bus Conversion

    I am in the process of tracking down all the surviving GM PD series coaches manufactured between 1950 & 1980. Not Scenicruisers. If you have a coach, please let me know your serial number as well as your city and state. As crazy as this may sound, I have written 2 articles on this search for Bus Conversion Magazine. Ultimately this info will find it's way to the Western GM Coach FMCA chapter's website on GM bus history.
  5. Those of you that follow this article line may be interested to know that my 4104 search was published in the August 2014 issue of Bus Conversion Magazine. Starting with May of 2015, my search is expanding to include GM buses models PD 4101 to PD4905. Excluding Scenicruisers, my friend Tom has them.
  6. Steve, The VIN/ serial number can be found in one of 3 places: On your vehicle registration on the dash or stamped on the frame inside the compartment under the drivers position. The number will look like 4104-1620, 1620 being the build number. Side glass, is tempered glass you can get at any automotive glass shop. Just try to remove the existing glass carefully so they may make a copy. Windshield glass is different as well as rear window glass which is no longer manufactured. Jon
  7. Steve, The VIN/ serial number can be found in one of 3 places: On your vehicle registration on the dash or stamped on the frame inside the compartment under the drivers position. The number will look like 4104-1620, 1620 being the build number. Side glass, is tempered glass you can get at any automotive glass shop. Just try to remove the existing glass carefully so they may make a copy. Windshield glass is different as well as rear window glass which is no longer manufactured. Jon
  8. New To The PD4104 Motorcoach World

    Darn auto correct, changes words after you hit reply.
  9. New To The PD4104 Motorcoach World

    BlackMan, I monitor this thread. 4104-4993 was originally purchased by US Army Special Services at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. Firstly owners usually held buses 10 years on average. What is your city and state? I have a lot of free 4104 stuff I can share with you. My email address is jusle@aol.com Send your email address and I will send them to you. I wrote an article for Bus Conversion Magazine on my 4104 search and a 4104 issue will be published sometime this year. Jon
  10. PD4103-057 was delivered new in March of 1951 as fleet number 614 to Tennessee Coach Co, HQ'd in Knoxville, TN. Don't have any further ownership info other than original. BTW, my delivery roster covers all GMC Parlor Coaches from November of 1939 thru July of 1980. Have supplements for the Scenicruiser, but it only shows division and fleet numbers, plus a roster of 4905s that were delivered new with the optional V-730. FWIW & HTH. . .
  11. http://www.omot.org/buses.htm Hi Steve, I don't have that delivery list, but a friend of mine does. I forwarded your information request to him and will advise when I get it. Have you requested a final vehicle record for your coach yet? Go to the above website and mail them $25.00. They will send the results within about 3 weeks. Jon
  12. Do you need manuals or other free stuff? My email is jusle@aol.com
  13. New To The PD4104 Motorcoach World

    1957- 4104-3063 was part of a 100 bus order to Southeast Greyhound Lines. Manuals available for free.
  14. Thanks for your info, there is a bus forum called busnut.com You can post your bus for free there. How much do you want for your coach. Send pics and particulars to me at jusle@aol.com Jon
  15. Rob and Terri, Thank you for your VIN, I will add it to the surviving 4104 list. Yours makes the first number this month. We are up to about 300 converted coaches and 12 seated coaches.