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1972 GMC TDH 5309 A 'New Look'

1972 GMC TDH 5309 A in Turk 182!, Movie, 1985 IMDB

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

1972 GMC TDH 5309 A 'New Look'

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Ddey65 US

2007-02-15 17:17

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GMC "New Look"

Firebird86 US

2007-02-17 22:58

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GMC TDH-4523N http://busexplorer.com/PHP/MidPage.php?id=190

-- Last edit: 2007-02-18 04:19:21

antp BE

2007-02-17 23:26

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Shouldn't it be TDH rather than T6H? Maybe an error when the guy that made that page typed what was hand-written on a paper.

Firebird86 US

2007-02-18 04:18

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thats what I thought, I went through the page of other New Look buses and found several others. Could be a typo, I'll change it to TDH, anyone complains, we'll handle it then, :lol:

Snookie US

2007-02-27 05:51

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1972 GMC TDH 5309 'A', NYCTA

Snookie US

2007-02-27 05:52

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The 4523 would be thirty feet long, and we clearly see this bus in 40 feet long.

moviebuses US

2008-10-26 07:13

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This is an authentic T6H 5309-A from NYCTA The only GM Fishbowls that were 30 feet long were the TDH 3301's and TDH 3302's Snookie..........all models from 4517 to 4523 were 35 foot long. This is basic info that you could even find on wikipidia if you even wanted to try and be factual....

Snookie US

2008-11-16 07:04

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I already claimed the bus, what else are you trying to prove? I meant to say 35 feet, but wasn't in the state of mind to actually put it.

mp775 US

2011-03-30 17:23

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The "TDH..." model designation was used on 35 and 40 foot long buses up to 1967. D signified Diesel (as opposed to G for Gasoline). Beginning in 1968, the "D" was replaced by "6" or "8" to signify number of cylinders. TDH/TGH was used for 30 foot buses through 1973.

What to the other letters mean? T=Transit (S=Suburban), and H=Hydramatic (M=Manual).

mp775 US

2017-10-03 19:21

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As moviebuses said back in 2008, should be T6H5309A.

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