TRANSIT MUSEUM SOCIETY

Canadian Car & Foundry licensed this design from American Car & Foundry in the early post-World War II period.  These coaches were often seen throughout North America, especially with those bus companies not part of the Greyhound organization.  Seating capacity could vary between 37 and 41, hence the model name. Our example was built in 1947, by the Canadian company, but is virtually identical to its U.S. cousins. It provided Pacific Stage Lines’ front line service until the arrival of M.C.I. Coaches in the early sixties. After this it went to a private bus line before being acquired by the Society in 2006. Beginning Fall, 2012 we are  embarking on a major restoration of this coach.

1947 Canadian Car & Foundry IC37/41, #6228