General Motors TC40-102N

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General Motors TC40-102N
Years of manufacture 1983 to 1987
Length 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The General Motors TC40-102N, also known as the Classic, was a transit bus available in Canada and the United States from 1983 to 1987. General Motors's bus production facility in St-Eustache, Quebec was sold to Motor Coach Industries (MCI) in 1987 where production of the Classic continued. A total of 1,111 Classic buses were built by General Motors.

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Demonstrator/engineering units

  • List of known demonstrator and engineering buses
Fleet number Thumbnail Year VIN Engine Transmission Notes
2001 October 1983 2GHYT82W3E3500013 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730 To Kingston Transit 8484 in July 1984.
June 1984 2GHYT82W7E3500211

Preserved units

Year Thumbnail VIN Original owner Fleet number Current owner
1985 2GHYT82W1F3500190 CTCUM/STCUM/STM 55-001 Fondation de l’héritage du transport en commun du Québec
1986 2GHYT82W0H3500068 DDOT/Guelph Transit Commission 1952/166 Private owner (since presumed scrapped)
1987 2GHYT82W8H3500139 OC Transpo 8776 Private owner

See also