Motor Coach Industries MC-6

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Motor Coach Industries MC-6
Years of manufacture 1968 to 1969
Length 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The Motor Coach Industries MC-6 was a motor coach produced from 1968-1969. Greyhound had helped design it and intended it as a replacement for the Scenicruiser. Unlike the MC-7 it was an entirely different ultra-modern design and MCI's first 102 inch wide bus. The prototypes had the third axle covered by a body panel.

102 were built in total.

Specifications

Engine

Transmission

  • Manual transmission (original transmission)
  • Allison HT-740 (revised powertrain for US units only, 1977)

Operators

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