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Designed around safety and stability by modifying a proven
successful Transit bus...
|Model 050||Model 100,||Model 200,||Custom Models|
|Standard Floor||Standard Floor||Low floor|
|Ready for the road today||Coaches on the road today||
Suncruiser model 200
True Double Decker Bus
on a Gillig low floor chassis
|NIKE, Show Bus|
|Gillig Phantom Series|
Suncruiser model 100
Upper deck only
|Gillig Suburban||Gillig Trolley|
|New Style front end available|
|Optional front||Optional front||Optional front, Model 200|
We specialize in designing and building higher end
luxury Double Decker Coaches.
Ten years ago we wanted to create a Double Decker open top sight seeing bus for the tourist market place.
It had to be built with durability and high quality but yet have low maintenance
We prototyped different chassis but were convinced there was only one way to go Ö
Our concept has always been quality but with a budget in mind ..
We Offer two models to work with,
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Standard, Top of Page
This is a Open top Double Decker with a lower roof design seating passengers for upstairs only ..
No seating below.
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The next model is a true Open Top Double Decker with two usable decks . Top of Page
Our coach is a modified transit bus designed to carry 50 people and will seat some passengers downstairs in the event of rain .
This coach was designed around safety and has a very low center of gravity.
It was built to be used for many years with a light maintenance budget.
These buses are heavily built and are great candidates for our rebuilding
What is a Rebuilt Coach ?
We remove, rebuild and replace all working drive train components. Top of Page
Rebuild and install the more popular engines, transmissions, rear ends for that coach .
Brakes, bearings, bushings,
the complete braking system, and
the air suspension is rebuilt too .
This bus when finished will drive and ride as a new one because thatís what reconditioning is.
We take everything wearable and replace it with new or reconditioned components.
Our Units, Versus a
Motor Home chassis,
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We looked into new motor home chassis as others have.
However, we really felt there is nothing better than a transit passenger bus for safety.
RV Motor homes are designed to be used on a part time basis but yet there are companies
building these coaches on this same chassis. They never last long and are plagued with maintenance issues
within the second year .
motor home chassis is too light and the
duty cycle is too short to be used as a commercial Double Decker .
A Bus Chassis will give you hundreds of thousands of miles of good service. See this page about buying Commercial a bus ???
A light duty motor home chassis is designed around 100,000 miles then itís replaced.
Some companies have used this Motor home chassis only to find themselves with an overweight issue with a factory recall.
one case, the City of New York required one company to park some vehicles until
they could be upgraded.
They were brand new but not designed properly.
Below are images of our Destination Sign model ..
The next model will be Without the Sign.
Model 200, Neoplan
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Imported higher end Passenger Coaches with heavy maintenance
New, These sell for over $600,000. With a roof
Imported used ones with higher import mechanical maintenance
Professional Open Top Double Decker's
Motor Home chassis's made up to look like a professional Double Decker Top of Page
Our competitors Motor home chassis models
If it's a MH Frame converted, make sure the upper floor is as tight as the roof was.
Most converted roofs are simple plywood ...we use welded sheet steel.
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These are very light motor home chassis,.. 31,000lbs GVW.
These buses can easily overloaded.
Plus it is a 20-30% duty cycle Motor Home Chassis
What is GVWR? and what does Duty Cycle mean
Other Buses that are similar but have their Do's and Don'ts
Alexander Dennis Open Top Doubled Decker's
Open top Double Decker's
Standard is 60' in length, we stretch this unit to 70'
Contact : 610-767-8000
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