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Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus high decker

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus in Power Rangers Wild Force, TV Series, 2002-2003 IMDB Ep. 1.12

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: JP

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus high decker

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2014-06-05 00:49

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Right hand drive, so it's stock footage, presumably from "Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger".

-- Last edit: 2014-06-05 00:51:47

Gamer DE

2014-06-05 06:59

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Is it supposed to be all wavy? :think:

Exiv96 BE

2014-06-05 08:18

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It's a Mitsubishi Fuso bus, either an Aero Bus, a Super Aero or an Aero Queen. But it's impossible to tell which one without seeing the overall height of the vehicle.

-- Last edit: 2014-06-05 08:20:06

Terra US

2014-06-07 03:03

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Gamer wrote Is it supposed to be all wavy? :think:

Considering this bus was a villain in disguise, this is when it transformed back into its true form...best picture I could get of it.

Exiv96 BE

2014-06-08 00:35

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Exiv96 wrote It's a Mitsubishi Fuso bus, either an Aero Bus, a Super Aero or an Aero Queen. But it's impossible to tell which one without seeing the overall height of the vehicle.


Here are a few pics to illustrate the problem. First, a couple of Aero Bus high-deckers.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"
Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

Then a Super Aero II, similar to the Aero Bus, apart from the windscreen size and overall height. There was also a Super Aero I in between.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

And finally, just to complicate things a bit, here's an Aero Queen W, which seems to be a three-axle version of the Super Aero II.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

opal TH

2014-06-11 05:02

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Aero Queen.

Terra US

2014-07-28 15:37

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Exiv96 wrote

Here are a few pics to illustrate the problem. First, a couple of Aero Bus high-deckers.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"
Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

Then a Super Aero II, similar to the Aero Bus, apart from the windscreen size and overall height. There was also a Super Aero I in between.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

And finally, just to complicate things a bit, here's an Aero Queen W, which seems to be a three-axle version of the Super Aero II.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

It looks to be one of the high-decker's. That would be my guess.

eXAKR SG

2015-02-06 14:48

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You guys should have looked for the original Japanese Gaoranger episodes from where the stock footage was taken, as it has more complete views of the bus used. I found a (unfortunately low-quality, Vietnamese-subtitled, watermarked) upload on YouTube and took some screenshots of the bus used, including the interior. Hopefully this helps.

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Offside of the bus.

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Clearer front pic.

[Image: screenshot2015-02-06212532.jpg]
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Interior pics.

[Image: screenshot2015-02-06212756.jpg]
Front door is of the outswing plug type that appears to be capable of manual operation.

Hope these helps, and apologies for the low quality of these screencaps.

Terra US

2015-03-14 19:06

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Hmmm....some version of the Aero?

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