Buses bodybuilder CARRIER France

Busbuilder CARRIER France

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Carrier LOGO

This chapter features pictures of French Carrier buses from four decades. Carrier is a long-established bus body builder. All the bodies seem to have been built on Renault-chassis, though they might very well have built some on, for example Mercedes. Their emphasis seems to have been on mid-size buses used for school and personnel transport. A major client has been the French army. Air France had some on Charles de Gaulle platform services. Fair numbers have also been exported to (former) French colonies and overseas departments such as Madagascar, Reunion and Cameroon. In addition to building bodywork, they also were involved in adapting the Saviem/Renault SG2 van as a bus. Apparently they are trying their luck in the large bus business now, as have other small French bodybuilders such as Trouillet.

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(1958) Renault R2168 . Carrier

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Carrier Renault 60s

03a RENAULT PC 27 S carrosserie Carrier

RENAULT PC 27 S carrosserie Carrier

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Carrier Renault 80s School Bus France

01a Carrier

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Carrier Renault bus Madagascar 70s

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Carrier Renault SG4 Madagascar

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Renault Carrier . Ex-French CRS

00a carrier

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France Renault Carrier 80s © John Veerkamp

08a Carrier Renault Autocar

Carrier Renault Autocar

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Madagascar Renault Carrier 60s © John Veerkamp

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Madagascar Saviem Carrier 70s © John Veerkamp

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Madagascar Saviem Carrier 70s © John Veerkamp

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Prison – Police – Model origin FR. Renault Carrier

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Renault Carrier 1989 Public service vehicle Bus

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Renault Carrier 24 Seater . Ex-D.T.A.T

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RENAULT CARRIER

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Renault Carrier

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Renault Carrier

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Renault Bestelwagen 10o0kg en 1400kg build by Carrier 1954

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RENAULT Goélette ambulance carrossée par Carrier

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RENAULT Goélette ambulance carrossée par Carrier

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Renault R 2065 4×2 Carrier 1957 Ambulance

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Reunion Carrier Renault 97 © John Veerkamp

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Renault SG4-Carrier Bus © John Veerkamp

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Renault Goulette Ambulance 1962

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Renault Goulette by Carrier

26 Carrier Saviem motorhome

Carrier Saviem motorhome

27 Carrier CRS SG3 EL24 bus

Carrier CRS SG3 EL24 bus

000 1927 - Ambulance de la Carrosserie Carrier sur châssis Renault

Ambulance de la Carrosserie Carrier sur châssis Renault

Filed Under: CARRIERFRANCEMercedes BenzOLD BUSESRENAULTSAVIEM,Trouillet

 

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