Behold the 1937 Kenworth Mount Ranier 18-seater tour bus – a rare survivor sourced by restoration outfit Legacy Classic Trucks and returned to its former glory with period correct paint, retro instrumentation, patinated wooden floor panels and roll-back canvas top. 

Yous for about €513,000 (+ shipping)

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11 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. jamesjoist

    Every compartment having it’s own door, would, with suitable perspex screens , make it ideal passenger transport for these days of the virus.

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  2. Matt Pilates

    Had one of those. Rubbish. Got it after I gave up the air traffic controller job because of the nerves. Sinead O’Connor (Shuhada Sadaqat) on her Vespa beat me away from lights at the junction of Camden St and Cuffe Street. Scarleh. Bought a 1977 Ford Transit instead. Never looked back.

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        1. bertie blenkinsop

          Had one of these but got rid of it after Amber Heard left me a note saying she’d done a poo on the passenger seat and it took me all day to find it.
          (Am I doing it right?)

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  3. Slightly Bemused

    Is that not a charabanc? With individual doors per seating row, I think it is.

    Open to correction.

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