Buses Bedford VI Bedford SB

Bedford SB

Bedford SB
1959 BEDFORD SB

A preserved Bedford SB from 1959 in the United Kingdom
Overview
Manufacturer Bedford (General Motors)
Body and chassis
Doors One behind front axle
Floor type Step entrance
Chassis Straight Ladder frame
Powertrain
Engine Bedford
Perkins
Leyland
Capacity 33-41 Seats
Transmission 4-speed synchromesh
5-speed
Dimensions
Length 27ft 6in, later 30ft
Width 7ft 6in, optionally 8ft and later 2.5m
Chronology

The Bedford SB is a front-engined bus chassis that was built by Bedford in the United Kingdom. It was launched at the 1950 Commercial Motor Show as the replacement for the Bedford OB.

It was the first Bedford vehicle to have a “forward control” design, with the driver’s seat located at the right of the engine and the front axle underneath. It used a four-speed synchromesh gearbox, with five-speed gearboxes offered later. It could be fitted with Bedford’s own petrol or diesel engine, with the Perkins R6 and Leyland O.350 and O.370 engines also being offered during the 1950s and 1960s.

Wheelbase length was originally 17 ft 2in (5.23 m), but from 1955 an 18 ft (5.49 m) option was also offered. Bodywork was provided by a wide range of builders, including DuplePlaxtonHarrington, Willowbrook and Marshall of the United Kingdom, Hawke Coachwork, Coachwork International and New Zealand Motor Bodies of New Zealand, and many more.

There were numerous variants of the SB, each determined by the engine fitted:

1951 Bedford SB with Duple C33F bodywork

1951 Bedford SB with Duple C33F bodywork

1951 Bedford SB (3)

1951 Bedford SB

1952 Bedford Duple Vega Ad

1952 Bedford SB Duple Vega Ad

1952 Bedford SB with Duple C35F bodywork.

1952 Bedford SB with Duple C35F bodywork.

1952 BEDFORD SB

1952 BEDFORD SB

1953 Bedford SB with Hainje coachwork

1953 NB-78-49 Bedford SB with Hainje coachwork

1953 Bedford SB 25653 Plaxton C35F seats

1953 Bedford SB 25653 Plaxton C35F seats

1953 Bedford SB 26568 Plaxton C35F seats

1953 Bedford SB 26568 Plaxton C35F seats

1954 Bedford SB 29-AC-83 Mulliner C29F Air Ministry

1954 Bedford SB 29-AC-83 Mulliner C29F Air Ministry

1954 Bedford SB Bedford carr ECF nr 19

1954 Bedford SB carr ECF nr 19

Bedford carr. ECF Vechtstroom 12 ex De Vries

Bedford SB carr. ECF Vechtstroom 12 ex De Vries

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Bedford SB –  Edesche Carrosserie Fabriek

SBG

1954 Bedford SBG with Mulliner body

1954 Bedford SBG with Mulliner body

1954 Bedford SBG with 'Seagull' body

1954 Bedford SBG with ‘Seagull’ body

1956 Bedford SBG with Burlingham C35F bodywork

1956 Bedford SBG with Burlingham C35F bodywork

1956 Bedford SBG with Burlingham Seagull C35F bodywork.

1956 Bedford SBG with Burlingham Seagull C35F bodywork.

1956 Bedford SBG with Yeates C41C bodywork

1956 Bedford SBG with Yeates C41C bodywork

1956 plaxton consort bus brochure Bedford

1956 plaxton consort bus brochure Bedford SBG

1957 Bedford SBG Yeates Europa C41F

1957 Bedford SBG Yeates Europa C41F

SB3

1958 Bedford Duple Vaga SB3

1958 Bedford Duple Vega SB3

1958 Bedford SB3 with Duple Vega C41F bodywork.

1958 Bedford SB3 Duple Vega UK

1958 Bedford SB3 with Plaxton C41F bodywork.

1958 Bedford SB3 with Plaxton C41F bodywork.

1958 Bedford SB3 Duple Vega UK

1958 Bedford SB3 Duple Vega UK

SBO

1955 Bedford SBO with Duple C36F bodywork

1955 Bedford SBO with Duple C36F bodywork

1954 Bedford SBO with Duple DP35F body

1954 Bedford SBO with Duple DP35F body

1954 Bedford SBO with Duple Vega C39F body

1954 Bedford SBO with Duple Vega C39F body

SB5

1962 Bedford SB5 with Yeates Fiesta C41F bodywork

1962 Bedford SB5 with Yeates Fiesta C41F bodywork

SB8

1958 Bedford SB8 with Plaxton C41F bodywork

1958 Bedford SB8 with Plaxton C41F bodywork

1958 Bedford SB8 24DAR was Duple C41F bodied

1958 Bedford SB8 24DAR was Duple C41F bodied

1963 Bedford SB8 Duple Bella Vega (C41F)

1963 Bedford SB8 Duple Bella Vega (C41F)

SB13

1965 Bedford SB13 Duple Firefly (C37F)

1965 Bedford SB13 Duple Firefly (C37F)

1965 Bedford SB13 Duple Vega (C41F)

1965 Bedford SB13 Duple Vega (C41F)

 

Variant Engine
SB Bedford petrol 4.927 L
SBG Bedford petrol 4.927 L
SB3 Bedford petrol 4.927 L
SBO Perkins R6
SB1 Bedford diesel 4.927 L
SB5 Bedford diesel 5.42 L
SB8 Leyland O.350
SB13 Leyland O.370

From 1968, the SB series used computer classification codes from Bedford’s parent company General Motors, with the petrol-engined SB3 variant becoming NFM, and the diesel-engined SB5 variant becoming NJM. However, they were rarely referred to under these codes.

The SB was built for the UK market and export, and production spanned 37 years – longer than any other Bedford bus chassis – until the sale of Bedford Vehicles in 1987.

Versions of the Bedford SB exported to New Zealand were powered by the standard petrol or diesel engines, except the last batch sold to New Zealand Railways Department, which used Caterpillar C7 engines and Allison transmissions. The use of Caterpillar C7 engines and Allison transmissions by New Zealand Railways Road Services is not supported. All the NZRRS SB buses had Bedford petrol or diesel engines. 40 of the Bedford YMT buses had Caterpillar C7 engines. Many were later powered by Caterpillar, Leyland, Scammell, Cummins, Detroit, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Gardner and GMC engines. While most retained the standard gearbox, many later ran with Eaton/fuller manual, Allison automatic or Daimler epicyclic gearboxes. NZR buses were also fitted with 2 speed Eaton differentials for the country’s hilly terrain and mountain passes.

References

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WHITE Motor Company Cleveland Ohio USA 1900 – 1980 Buses and more

White Motor Company

White Motor Company
Industry Automotive
Fate Acquired
Successors AB Volvo
Founded 1900
Founders Thomas White
Defunct 1980
Headquarters Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Products Vehicles
Automotive parts

The White Motor Company was an American automobile and truck manufacturer from 1900 until 1980. The company also produced bicyclesroller skates, automatic lathes, and sewing machines. Before World War II, the company was based in Cleveland, Ohio.

History

Advertisement for the White Sewing Machine Company’s 1905 model

About 1898, Thomas H. White purchased a Locomobile steam car and found its boiler unreliable. His son, Rollin, set out to improve its design. Rollin White developed a form of water tube steam generator which consisted of a series of stacked coils with two novel features: the first was that the coils were all joined at the top of the unit, which allowed water to flow only when pumped, allowing control of the steam generation; the second was pulling steam from the lowest coil, closest to the fire, which allowed control of steam temperature. This second point was critical because the White steamer operated with superheated steam to take advantage of steam’s properties at higher temperatures. Rollin White patented his steam generator, US patent 659,837 of 1900.[1]

White steamer

1907 White Model G steam touring car

 A 1907 White Model G steam touring car at the Henry Ford Museum.

Rollin H. White patented his new design and offered it to, among others, Locomobile. Finally, he persuaded his father, founder of the White Sewing Machine Company, to allow the use of a corner in one of his buildings to build an automobile.

White’s brother Windsor, who was a management talent, joined the business venture, followed by their brother Walter, who became instrumental in the sales, promotion and distribution of the product. The first group of fifty cars were completed in October 1900, but none were offered to the public until April 1901 so the design could be thoroughly tested. Since the cars were being offered by the automobile department of the sewing machine company, White could not afford to diminish the reputation of the parent company by the introduction of an untested product.

It became necessary in 1905 to separate the automobile department from its parent company to accommodate the growth of the business and to physically separate them, as a fire in one could ruin both operations. On July 4, 1905, a racing steam car named “Whistling Billy” and driven by Webb Jay set a record of 73.75 mph (118.69 km/h) on the Morris Park Racecourse.

1909 The Presidents White 40 Hp TaftMotorCar1909

 Taft’s car
1909 White Touring Car

1909 White touring car at the Petersen Automotive Museum

A 1907 White steamer was one of the early vehicles in the White House when Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, allowed the Secret Service to use the car behind his horse-drawn carriage. In 1909, president William Howard Taft converted the White House stables into a garage and purchased four automobiles: two Pierce-Arrows, a Baker Electric, and a 1911 White. This $4,000 car was one of the last steam cars produced and proved a favorite of the President who used bursts of steam against “pesky” press photographers. The 40 hp (30 kW) White Model M 7-seat tourer generated favorable press for the newly formed White Motor Company.

The last steam car was built in January 1911 as the company made a transition to gasoline-powered vehicles. The company continued to show them in their catalogues as late as 1912. About 10,000 White steam-powered cars were built, more than the better known Stanley.

Gasoline models

White companies’ manufacturing facility expanded. The White steamer used unique technology, and it was vulnerable in a market that was accepting the internal combustion engine as the standard. White canvassed existing gas manufacturers and licensed the rights to the Delahaye design for the “gas car”, showing a chassis at an English auto show in December 1908.

White tractors

Rollin became more interested in agricultural tractors, and developed designs for tractors derived from standard White truck parts. When the White Company was not interested in producing tractors, Rollin set out to develop his own designs and, with brother Clarence, eventually founded Cleveland Motor Plow, which later became Cletrac tractor. In the early 1920s, Rollin briefly produced the Rollin car to diversify the tractor company, but found it could not compete in cost versus price against much larger manufacturers.

White was successful with their heavy machines, which saw service around the world during World War I. White remained in the truck industry for decades.

Truck manufacturing

1930-41 White fire Truck Old_CFD_Squad_10_truck2

White truck in the Chicago Fire Department from 1930 to 1941

White Motor Company ended car production after WWI and began producing trucks. The company soon sold 10 percent of all trucks made in the US. Although White produced all sizes of trucks from light delivery to semi, the decision was made after WWII to produce only large trucks. White acquired several truck companies during this time: Sterling, Autocar, Diamond T, and REO. White also agreed to sell Consolidated Freightways trucks through its own dealers. White produced trucks under the Autocar nameplate following its acquisition. Diamond T and REO Motor Car Company became the Diamond REO division, which was discontinued in the 1970s.

A White semi performed a role in the 1949 James Cagney film, “White Heat“. This era was probably the peak of White Motor market penetration, with the substantial gasoline engined tractors moving a large part of the tractor trailer fleet.

White designed and (with other companies) produced the M3 Scout Car, the standard United States Army reconnaissance vehicle at the start of World War II. White also built the later M2 and M3 half-tracks.

In 1967, White started the Western Star division to sell trucks on the west coast.

White buses

White Red Jammers Canada Alberta Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Waterton Lakes National Park Waterton Prince of Wales Hotel

Two ‘red jammers’ at the Prince of Wales Hotel

In the 1930s, White produced 500 of their small Model 706 buses specifically designed to carry passengers through the major National Parks of the western US. The distinctive vehicles, with roll-back canvas convertible tops, were the product of noted industrial designer Alexis de Sakhnoffsky, and originally operated in seven National Parks. Today, Glacier National Park operates 33 of their original 35 buses, where they are referred to as “Red Jammers“, and 8 (of an original 98) have been restored for renewed service in Yellowstone National Park. Glacier National Park‘s 33 buses were refurbished by Ford Motor Company and TransGlobal in 2000-2002, while Yellowstone National Park‘s eight buses were refurbished by TransGlobal in 2007. Glacier has kept one bus in original condition. Yellowstone has five White buses in original condition, two model 706s and three older units as well. In addition, Gettysburg National Battlefield operates two of Yellowstone’s original buses.

Company culture

1910 White_touring_car

 1910 White touring car
1897 White railcar

White railcar in the collection of the Railtown 1897 State Historic Park

During the time brothers Walter and Windsor White ran the company, it offered a library branch, a store which sold necessities at low cost, sports teams, and concerts by orchestras and jazz bands, as well as musical performances by the workers, many of whom were immigrants from Slovenia and Poland. The company also had picnics at Euclid Beach Park.

After Walter White died from a traffic accident, management changed and so did the firm’s culture. Employees started one of the country’s first automobile unions. The Great Depression caused a drop in sales, forcing White to merge with Studebaker. However, White soon became independent again.

In 1935, Robert Fager Black became president, but workers were still unhappy, and they went on strike. Black tried talking to the workers who were striking, and he even got baseball equipment for them and let them play while on strike, so they would have something to do. Black learned people’s names, visited the plant frequently, and asked customers if they were happy with what they purchased. Anyone could visit his office.

Black brought the company back to where it had once been by World War II, during which the company supplied the military with much of its equipment. White ranked 54th among US corporations in the value of WWII military production contracts. When husbands went to serve, wives took their jobs, and the work force totaled over 4000. Black provided the services the company had at one time, and helped employees get to work with carpools.

Black retired in 1956, still beloved by employees.

Demise

1962 White Truck Patchogue New York

1962 tractor

In 1953, White purchased the Autocar Company. From 1951 until 1977, White Motors also distributed Freightliner trucks. This took place under an agreement with Freightliner’s parent, Consolidated Freightways. White manufactured trucks under its own brands—White, Autocar, and Western Star—as well, leading to the company becoming known as the “Big Four” through to the mid-1970s. The Sterling nameplate, unused by White as long as the company owned it, went to Freightliner after the companies’ split; it is was used from 1997 to 2008, by Daimler Trucks.

Sales dropped during the 1960s, and White tried merging with White Consolidated Industries, the company that once made sewing machines; the federal government blocked this deal. The company opened plants in Virginia and Utah, since they did not have unions, but this did not help. Semon E. “Bunkie” Knudsen, former president of Ford Motor Company, made the company successful for a time, but the decline continued. Later, the federal government approved a merger with White Consolidated, which feared being hurt by White Motor’s troubles. Mergers with Daimler and Renault were also considered. Production was somewhat limited as White did not have a lighter range (13,330 units built in 1978), leading to several attempts at linking up with various European manufacturers.

By 1980, White was insolvent. Volvo AB acquired the US assets of the company in 1981, while two energy-related companies based in CalgaryAlberta, Bow Valley Resource Services, and NovaCorp, an Alberta corporation, purchased the Canadian assets, including the Kelowna, British Columbia, plant, and the Western Star nameplate and product range.

1948 White Road Tractor

1948 White road tractor model WC-22T

Volvo produced trucks as White and Autocar through the 1980s, while Western Star continued independently in Canada and the United States, although Volvo-White–produced high cab over engine models were purchased and rebadged Western Star for sale in the Canadian market through the early 1990s.

Volvo purchased GMC‘s heavy truck business in 1987 and merged it with White, creating the White-GMC brand. Western Star was sold to Australian entrepreneur Terry Peabody in 1990. Subsequently, Western Star was resold by Peabody to DaimlerChrysler AG and merged with its Freightliner subsidiary. Volvo dropped any reference to White, and is now Volvo Trucks North America. Autocar remained a part of Volvo until 2000, when the trademark was withdrawn from the market, and was subsequently sold to Grand Vehicle Works together with the Xpeditor low cab forward heavy duty product, which remains in production under the Autocar badge, the last vestige of what was once America’s leading commercial vehicle producer.

A former White subsidiary, White Farm Equipment, produced farm tractors until 2001. As of 2006, the only products made under the White name is a series of corn planters (made by AGCO) and garden tractors (made by MTD Products).

2007 Kenworth W900 semi in red

2007 Kenworth W900 semi in red

BUSES

Martz 1912 White

1912 White bus

1915 White

1915-white

1922 White Charabanc Tourer

1922-white-charabanc-tourer

1922 White on a California Body Company body Oakland CA

1922 White Touring Bus

1923 White Model 50 - 25 Passenger

1923 White Model 50 – 25 Passenger

1925 White - White A'dam

1925-white-white-adam nl

1927 white-opt

1927-white

1928 White Bender Bus

1928-white-bender-bus

1929 White EB01d059

1929 White EB01d059

1929 White Bender bus

1929 White Bender bus

1929 White Bender

White Bender Bus

1930 White Bender Bus

White Bender Buses

1930 White Bender

1930-white-bender-buses

1930 White bus WHITEFRANKMARTZ 1930 White Model 65 with body by Moore

1930-white-model-65-with-body-by-moore

1930 White Motor Company

1930-white-motor-company

1931 White Bender

1931-white-bender-bus

1931 White Benderbus

1931-white-benderbus

1931 White

1931-white

1928 white coache mod

1933 white-coache-mod

1934 White  Open Bender Bus

1934-white-open-bender-bus

1934 White 702 bus

1934-white-702-bus

1934 White Open Bender

1934-white-open-bender

1934 White yellowstone bus 04

1934-white-yellowstone-bus-04

1934 White yellowstone bus 14

1934-white-yellowstone-bus-14

1934 White-Bender 54-A Sunshine Bus Lines 182 1935 White model 54A, bus 810 SEGL

1935-white-model-54a-bus-810-segl

1936 White Dream Coach of 1950, Great Lakes Exposition

1936 White Dream Coach

1936 White Sightseeing Bus, Great Lakes Exposition

1936 WHITE

1937 White 706

1937 Yellowstone 427 White

1937 White open Bender bus

1937-white-open-bender-bus

1937-48 White Model 798 V12

1937-48-white-model-798-v12

1938 White 7788 Tamiami Trail Tours Inc 913 1938 White Bender

1938-white-bender

1938 White Bendera

1938-white-bender

1946 Hermes White-lks te Doetinchem 090706 1946 Hermes White-rts te Doetinchem 090706

1946-hermes-white-lks-te-doetinchem

1946 White Scoutcar NZH017

1946-white-scoutcar-nzh017

1947 White Scout 8 met Austin 4 daar achter

1947-white-scout-8-met-austin-4-daar-achter

1947 White Smit B-31746

1947-white-smit-b-31746

1949 White carr. Medema appingedam B-31617

1949-white-carr-medema-appingedam-b-31617

1952 White Fleet

1952-white-fleet

1952 White Matser 16 NB-57-01 ECF

1952-ecf-4741-matser-16-white

1972 White CCMC Calabromo 5136 1976 White MBA Edwards MO3619 White 2000 bus file005 sml White-company_1912-06_cleveland

VOLVO Buses Gothenburg Sweden

Volvo Buses

Volvo Buses
Type Subsidiary of Volvo
Industry Manufacturing
Founded 1920’s – 1968 >>>>>>
Headquarters Gothenburg, Sweden
Key people Håkan Agnevall
(President)
Products Buses
Parent Volvo
Website

Volvo Buses (Swedish: Volvo Bussar AB ) is a subsidiary and a business area of the Swedish vehicle maker Volvo, which became an independent division in 1968. It is based in Gothenburg.

It is the world’s largest bus manufacturer, with a complete range of heavy buses for passenger transportation. The product range includes complete buses and coaches as well as chassis combined with a comprehensive range of services.

The bus operation has a global presence, with production in Europe, North/South America, Asia and Australia. In India it setup their production facility in Bangalore. Former production facility were located in Irvine, Scotland (closed in 2000).

Products

Chassis

Historical

1928 VOLVO 1928

1928 VOLVO

1928 Volvo LV45 autobus a

1928 Volvo LV45 autobus

1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika 1929

1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika

1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika

1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika

1931 VOLVO 1931

1931 VOLVO

1932 VOLVO 1932

1932 VOLVO

1932 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE

1932 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE

1934 VOLVO 1934

1934 VOLVO

1934 Volvo-bus-on-B1-chassis-500

1934 Volvo-bus-on-B1-chassis-500

1935 Volvo van de Veluwe-Expres van de gebroeders Robart 1935 Volvo(GB) + Verheulbus van de Veluwe-Expres van de gebroeders Robart

1935 Volvo-Verheul van de Veluwe-Expres van de gebroeders Robart NL

1936 VOLVO 1936

1936 VOLVO

1936 Volvo Verheul 29zitp  Citosa 14 NS 759

1936 Volvo Verheul 29seat Citosa 14 NS 759 NL

1937 Volvo 1937

1937 Volvo

1937 VOLVO 1937a

1937 VOLVO

1937 Volvo Heiwo (Heida) B-23674

1937 Volvo Heiwo (Heida) B-23674 NL

1938 Volvo B10 Bus

1938 Volvo B10 Bus

1938 Volvo LV 84 Bus

1938 Volvo LV 84 Bus

1939 Volvo, bus nummer 5

1939 Volvo, bus nummer 5 Bergmans Auto mij NL

1939 Volvo's. Wagen 20 (serie 19-20 uit 1939) te Renswoude

1939 Volvo’s. Wagen 20 (serie 19-20 uit 1939) te Renswoude NL

1940 VOLVO 1940

1940 VOLVO

1940 Volvo B12 Bus

1940 Volvo B12 Bus

1944 Volvo Verheul Zeist

1944 Volvo Verheul Zeist

1945 VOLVO 1945

1945 VOLVO

1945 Volvo LV81DS chassis TRM8 movile staff

1945 Volvo LV81DS chassis TRM8 movile staff

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1945 Volvo Vitabussar

1946 Volvo 14 114B Gebr v GoG

1946 Volvo 14 114B Gebr v GoG Rotterdam the Netherlands

1946 Volvo B-30461

1946 Volvo B-30461 NL

1946 Volvo brochure for B512 and B513 buses

1946 Volvo brochure for B512 and B513 buses

1946 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE 325

1946 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE 325

1946 Volvo LV-128D, or better known as Pølsebussen (the Hot-Dog bus).

1946 Volvo LV-128D, or better known as Pølsebussen (the Hot-Dog bus).

1946 Volvo nummer 7

1946 Volvo nummer 7 Bergman Auto Mij NL

1947 Volvo LV 128 SAVK 6cyl benzin

1947 Volvo LV 128 SAVK 6cyl benzin

1948 Volvo 7 Carr. Den Hollander Capelle

1948 Volvo 7 Carr. Den Hollander Capelle Gebr. van GOG Rotterdam NL

1948 volvo 19

1948 volvo 19

1948 volvo 48

1948 volvo 48 Rotterdam The Netherlands

1948 Volvo 1948

1948 Volvo Belgium

1948 Volvo B512 Bus

1948 Volvo B512 Bus

1948 Volvo B513 - Wattenberg-Viggaklev

1948 Volvo B513 – Wattenberg-Viggaklev

1948 Volvo B513X Bus

1948 Volvo B513X Bus

1948 Volvo nr. 32 Tensen 38

1948 Volvo nr. 32 W.C. Tensen Soest 38 NL

1949 Volvo bus met Hainje karrosserie, nr.25

1949 Volvo bus met Hainje karrosserie, nr.25 NL

1949 Volvo voor Tensen

1949 Volvo voor W.C. Tensen Soest NL

1950 Volvo Den Oudsten & Domburg Neusbus diesel bus 42

1950 Volvo Den Oudsten & Domburg Neusbus diesel bus 42 W.C. Tensen Soest NL

1950 Volvo modell 31s

1950 Volvo modell 31s

1951 Volvo Hoogeveen

1951 Volvo Hoogeveen W,C. Tensen Soest NL

1951 VOLVO Østfold buss

1951 VOLVO Østfold buss

1951+1952 Volvo carrosserie Den Oudsten 1951, NB-95-37 Volvo carrosserie Hoogeveen [1952] NB-95-53

1951+1952 Volvo carrosserie Den Oudsten 1951, NB-95-37 Volvo carrosserie Hoogeveen [1952] NB-95-53 NL

1952 Volvo B617 Bus

1952 Volvo B617 Bus

1952 Volvo B617 Den Oudsten NB 78 58

1952 Volvo B617 Den Oudsten NB 78 58 W.C. Tensen Soest NL

1952 Volvo B655 Bus

1952 Volvo B655 Bus

1952 Volvo Bergen-Nordhordaland N

1952 Volvo Bergen-Nordhordaland N

1952 Volvo NB-90-72

1952 Volvo NB-90-72

1952, en Volvo B656

1952 Volvo B656

1953 Tensen Volvo's Soest

1953  2xW.C. Tensen Volvo’s Soest NL

1953 volvo 52 of 53

1953 volvo 52 of 53 Gebr. van GoG Rotterdam NL

1953 Volvo B 616

1953 Volvo B 616

1953 Volvo B 727

1953 Volvo B 727

1953 VOLVO B635 Brochure Image

1953 VOLVO B635 Brochure Image

1953 Volvo B638 Bus

1953 Volvo B638 Bus

1953 Volvo B655 Brochure

1953 Volvo B655 Brochure

1953 Volvo B727 Bus

1953 Volvo B727 Bus

1953 Volvo Bus

1953 Volvo Bus

1954 Domburg Volvo

1954 Domburg Volvo

1954 Volvo B615 bus Brochure

1954 Volvo B615 bus Brochure

1954 Volvo B727

1954 Volvo B727

1954 Volvo L389 Viking - Aune

1954 Volvo L389 Viking – Aune

1954 Volvo B727 Bus Brochure Image

1954 Volvo B727 Bus Brochure Image

1954 Volvo Verheul Dr Raadt V13

1954 Volvo Verheul © De Raadt V13

1954 volvo-verheul BBA

1954 volvo-verheul BBA

1955 PB-54-68 Volvo B619 Classic Tours Scherpenzeel

1955 PB-54-68 Volvo B619 Classic Tours Scherpenzeel

1955 Volvo 45 (serie 45-46, bouwjaar 1955) was van ca. 1958 tot eind 1962 GogNwkVolvo45

1955 PB-54-68 Volvo B619 Gebr. van Gog NL

1955 Volvo B727

1955 Volvo B727 © Stig Baumeyer

1955 Volvo Den Oudsten Neusbus Tensen lijnbus 22-Soest

1955 Volvo Den Oudsten Neusbus W.C. Tensen lijnbus 22-Soest NL

1956 Domburg Volvo a

1956 Domburg Volvo NL

1956 Domburg Volvo b

1956 Domburg Volvo

1956 Domburg Volvo

1956 Domburg Volvo

1956 Tensen Volvo B615 König RB 21 21

1956 W.C. Tensen Soest Volvo B615 König RB 21 21

1956 volvo 56

1956 volvo 56

1956 Volvo BF37507 Medema SB 52 85

1956 Volvo BF37507 Medema SB 52 85

1956 Volvo Tensen nr.40

1956 Volvo Tensen nr.40

1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658

1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658

1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658a

1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658

1957 VOLVO 1957

1957 VOLVO

1957 Volvo B655 fra DSB nr 670

1957 Volvo B655 fra DSB nr 670

1957 Volvo Bus 28 Tensen

1957 Volvo Bus 28 Tensen

1957 Volvo König met 46 zitplaatsen

1957 Volvo König met 46 zitplaatsen

1958 Bus nr.1 Volvo tensen

1958 Bus nr.1 Volvo tensen

1958 TB-18-67 Volvo

1958 TB-18-67 Volvo

1958 VOLVO 1958

1958 VOLVO

1958 VOLVO B615 Brochure Image

1958 VOLVO B615 Brochure Image

1958 Volvo B615 Bus Brochure Image

1958 Volvo B615 Bus Brochure Image

1958 Volvo B615 Bus

1958 Volvo B615 Bus

1958 Volvo B615

1958 Volvo B615 © Stig Baumeyer

1958 Volvo B635 - Larvik

1958 Volvo B635 – Larvik

1958 Volvo-Verheul, 43 zitplaatsen, in dienst tot 1972 Schutte37

1958 Volvo-Verheul, 43 zitplaatsen, in dienst tot 1972 Schutte37

1959 Volvo B 615 Wiima M59

1959 Volvo B 615 Wiima M59

1959 Volvo B615

1959 Volvo B615

1959 Volvo B615a

1959 Volvo B615 © Staffan Sävenfjord

1959 Volvo B615-Smit Joure tourwagen met 49 zitp Schutte

1959 Volvo B615-Smit Joure tourwagen met 49 zitp Schutte

1959 Volvo B635 - Larvik

1959 Volvo B635 – Larvik

1959 Volvo B70501 Bus

1959 Volvo B70501

1959 Volvo Medema Appingedam Lijnbus bus 32

1959 Volvo Medema Appingedam W C Tensen Soest Lijnbus bus 32 NL

1959 Volvo Olav A Hokstad-Tylldal Tynset N

1959 Volvo Olav A Hokstad-Tylldal Tynset N

1959 Volvo, type B655 Verheul

1959 Volvo, type B655 Verheul

1959 Volvo-touringcar (type B655 carrosserie Verheul) en een DAF-bus van Zuid-Ooster

1959 Volvo-touringcar (type B655 carrosserie Verheul) en een DAF-bus van Zuid-Ooster

1960 volvo 60

1960 volvo 60

1960 Volvo Den Oudsten Hoogeveen Tensen17

1960 Volvo Den Oudsten Hoogeveen W.C. Tensen Soest 17 NL

1960 Volvo- ZABO City Coach - BBA 549

1960 Volvo- ZABO City Coach – BBA 549

1960 Volvo, type B655 Domburg

1960 Volvo, type B655 Domburg

1960 Volvo-Verheul bus BBA

1960 Volvo-Verheul bus BBA

1961 72eaae31747b8f61bf801f0c83478e8e

1961 Volvo’s

My beautiful picture

1961 Bus 46 Volvo Tensen Grave-garage-sva

1961 Volvo Autobus Tensen 46 erfg compr

1961 Volvo Autobus Tensen 46 erfg compr

1961 VOLVO B615 chassis. Body by LIER KAROSSERI, DRAMMEN Strada 1961 Volvo B615 Strada Noorwegen 1961 Volvo B615

1961 Volvo B615 Strada ® Stig Baumeyer

1961 Volvo B615-Smit Joure met 47 zitplaatsen Schutte31

1961 Volvo B615-Smit Joure met 47 zitplaatsen Schutte31

1961 VOLVO B61515 VOLVO carr ECF nr 18

1961 VOLVO B61515 VOLVO carr ECF nr 18

1961 Volvo BBA ZABO City Coach

1961 Volvo-DAF BBA ZABO City Coach

1961 Volvo Den Oudsten lijnbus 44 instap voor de vooras Diesel

1961 Volvo Den Oudsten lijnbus 44 instap voor de vooras Diesel

1961 Volvo Tensen 47

1961 Volvo Tensen 47

1961 Volvo van gog44

1961 Volvo van gog44

1961 Volvo ZABO City Coach stadsbus nr.8

1961 Volvo ZABO City Coach stadsbus nr.8

1961 Volvo, B615 Verheul

1961 Volvo, B615 Verheul

1961 Volvo, City Coach ZABO

1961 Volvo, City Coach ZABO

1961 ZABO Bus nr.46 Volvo Tensen Soest Museumbus

1961 ZABO Bus nr.46 Volvo Tensen Soest Museumbus

1962 CAP Streekvervoer Dienstregeling

1962 CAP Streekvervoer Dienstregeling

1962 Domburg Volvo

1962 Domburg Volvo

1962 Volvo B57-ZABO nr.2 Schutte 53

1962 Volvo B57-ZABO nr.2 Schutte 53

1962 Volvo B615

® Stig Baumeyer

1962 Volvo B615a

® Stig Baumeyer

1962 Volvo B615b

® Stig Baumeyer

1962 Volvo B615c

1962 Volvo B615 ® Stig Baumeyer

1962 Volvo B635

1962 Volvo B635 ® Stig Baumeyer

1962 Volvo B655 con motor central, carrozado por Cametal

1962 Volvo B655 con motor central, carrozado por Cametal

1962 Volvo B-61503

1962 Volvo B-61503

1962 Volvos 59-49 kleur Van Gog-bus oorspronkelijke kleuren. Links de 59 en rechts de 49 Rotterdam CS

1962 Volvos 59-49 kleur Van Gog-bus oorspronkelijke kleuren. Links de 59 en rechts de 49 Rotterdam CS

1963 Volvo B615 Wiima M 59 vm

1963 Volvo B615 Wiima M 59 vm

1963 Volvo B615

® Stig Baumeyer

1963 Volvo B615a

® Stig Baumeyer

1963 Volvo B615b

1963 Volvo B615 ® Stig Baumeyer

1963 Volvo B655 Bus

1963 Volvo B655 Bus

1963 Volvo DIC

1963 Volvo DIC

1963 Volvo XB-02-27

1963 Volvo XB-02-271964 Volvo B615

1964 Volvo B615

1964 Volvo B635

1964 Volvo B635 ® Stig Baumeyer

1965 Domburg Volvo

1965 Domburg Volvo

1965 Volvo B615 - T. Knudsen

1965 Volvo B615 – T. Knudsen

1965 Volvo B635

® Stig Baumeyer

1966 Volvo B635 Wiima M63 vm.

1965 Volvo B635

Bus 1950s: B627 1950s-1960s: B615/B616/B617 1950s-1960s: B635/B638 1950s-1960s: B705 1950s-1960s: B725/B727 1951-1963: B655 (mid-engine)/B656/B657/B658 1960s: B715 1963-1965: B755 1960s-1980s: B57 & BB57

1966 Volvo B755-Domburg met 49 zitp Schutte35

1966 Volvo B755-Domburg met 49 zitp Schutte35 NL

1966 Volvo, B755 Verheul

1966 Volvo, B755 Verheul

1966 Volvo-Verheul-streekbus

1966 Volvo-Verheul-streekbus

1967 Volvo 74 kleur

1967 Volvo 74 kleur

1967 Volvo B755-Domburg met 50 zitp Schutte34

1967 Volvo B755-Domburg met 50 zitp Schutte34

1967 Volvo bus Stockholm

1967 Volvo bus Stockholm

1967 Volvo -Nordisk Bus

1967 Volvo -Nordisk Bus © John Veerkamp

1968 Volvo B57 60 Jonckheere 1968

1968 Volvo B57 60 Jonckheere

1968 Volvo B57 med Arna-karosser

1968 Volvo B57 med Arna-karosser

1968 Volvo B58 Bus

1968 Volvo B58 Bus 1965-1982: B58

1968 Volvo van gog70

1968-volvo-van-gog70

1969 VOLVO a

1969-volvo

1969 Volvo Aurland Kommunale Rutebilar N

1969-volvo-aurland-kommunale-rutebilar-n

1969 Volvo B57 - Larvik

1969-volvo-b57-larvik

1969 VOLVO-01357

1969-volvo-01357

1970 Bus 40 Volvo carr. Hainje Tensen

1970-bus-40-volvo-carr-hainje-tensen

1971 Volvo Jonckheere 60 23 GB

1971-volvo-jonckheere-60-23-gb

1972 Volvo B57-ZABO met 32 zitplaatsen Schutte 36

1972-volvo-b57-zabo-met-32-zitplaatsen-schutte-36

1972 VOLVO B58 Service Tips

1972 VOLVO B58 Service Tips

1972 Volvo Tensen 33

1972 Volvo Tensen 33

1973 Volvo B58-50-Hainje nr.28 met ondervloermotor met 32 zitplaatsen Schutte39

1973 Volvo B58-50-Hainje nr.28 met ondervloermotor met 32 zitplaatsen Schutte39

003 HTM bus 901 of the Volvo B59-55  Hainje to The Hague.

1972 HTM bus 901 of the Volvo B59-55 Hainje to The Hague. 1970-1980: B59

1973 Volvo Coach Bolivia

1973 Volvo Coach Bolivia

1973 Volvo Solenza Jonckheere 11900cc 280ps

1973 Volvo Solenza Jonckheere 11900cc 280ps

1973 Volvo, B58-50 ZABO

1973 Volvo, B58-50 ZABO

002 Volvo B58-60 with Lahti 31 bodywork in Saint Petersburg, originating from Saimaan Osuus-Auto in Lappeenranta, Finland

Volvo B58-60 with Lahti 31 bodywork in Saint Petersburg, originating from Saimaan Osuus-Auto in Lappeenranta, Finland

1973 Volvo-Hainje Wim Vink

1973 Volvo-Hainje © Wim Vink

1974 VOLVO B58 (RSP80106)

1974 VOLVO B58 (RSP80106)

1974 Volvo B58-60-Domburg tourwagen nr33 met 50 zitplaatsen, in dienst in Schutte 44

1974 Volvo B58-60-Domburg tourwagen nr33 met 50 zitplaatsen, in dienst in Schutte 44

1975 Volvo Coach Engine 8600cc

1975 Volvo Coach Engine 8600cc1976 Volvo B58-Volgren VG001 Bus Dandenong Victoria Australia

1976 Volvo B58-Volgren VG001 Bus Dandenong Victoria Australia

My beautiful picture

1977 Bus nr.18 + 20 Volvo’s Tensen Soest spakenburg-garage

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

1977 Volvo B57 litouwen

1977 Volvo B58-60-Jonckheere semi-tourwagen met 54 zitplaatsen Schutte48

1977 Volvo B58-60-Jonckheere semi-tourwagen met 54 zitplaatsen Schutte48

1977 Volvo B609 - VBK

1977 Volvo B609 – VBK

1977 VOLVO JONCKHEERE  B59-55S

1977 VOLVO JONCKHEERE B59-55S

1977 Volvo B58-ZABO Tensen18

1977 Volvo B58-ZABO Tensen18

1979 VOLVO B609 (RSP 80279)

1979 VOLVO B609 (RSP 80279)

1979 Volvo Delta ARTICULADO

1979 Volvo Delta ARTICULADO

1980 Jonckheere TransCity Volvo Litouwen

1980 Jonckheere TransCity Volvo Litouwen

1980 Volvo B58 van VSL met carrosserie van Hainje

1980-volvo-b58-van-vsl-met-carrosserie-van-hainje

1980 VAN HOOL 310 on VOLVO B10M

1980 VAN HOOL 310 on VOLVO B10M

004 1982 Volvo Ailsa B55 West Midlands PTE bus 4775(JOV 775P) 1976 Volvo Ailsa B55 Alexander AV, Birmingham

1982 Volvo Ailsa B55 West Midlands PTE bus 4775(JOV 775P) 1976 Volvo Ailsa B55 Alexander AV, Birmingham 1973-1985: Ailsa B55

1980 VAN HOOL TRAFIK 210 (11'80) VOLVO

1980 VAN HOOL TRAFIK 210 (11’80) VOLVO

1981 Volvo -DAB Bus

1981 Volvo -DAB Bus © John Veerkamp17 FC9565@88R

1982 VOLVO B10M Van Hool

1978-2001: B9M/B10M/B10MA/B10MD (the double deck city bus version B10MD, built from 1982 to 1993, was also known as Citybus) 1978-1991: B10R

1982 Van Hool Volvo Litouwen

1982 Van Hool Volvo B10M Litouwen

1982 Volvo -Aabenraa Bus Denemarken

1982 Volvo -Aabenraa Bus Denemarken © John Veerkamp

1982 Volvo ZOAD

1982 Volvo ZOAD

Avon Buses Volvo B6 10

Avon Buses Volvo B6 10 1978-1987?: B6F/B6FA

Volvo B10B1990-2002: B10B

2000 Volvo B6LE1991-1998: B6/B6LE

008 Wardle Transport Northern Counties Palatine bodied Volvo Olympian in October 20121992-2000: Olympian (modified from Leyland Olympian)

Volvo B10BLE 6x21992-2004: B10BLE

Volvo B10LA1993-2000s: B10L/B10LA

Volvo B7L bus East Lancs Nordic on Volvo B7L for Copenhagen

1997-2006?: B7L/B7LA

1999 Volvo B6BLE Wrightbus1998-2002: B6BLE

Volvo B10TL 21998-2004: Super Olympian (also known as B10TL)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Volvo B7TL1999-2006: B7TL

Volvo B12R1991-2011: B12/B12R

Volvo B12B Titanium VOLVO B12B, ECHO 1°SERIE BARBI Volvo B12B1997-2011: B12B

Volvo B12MA1999-2011: B12M/B12MA (bi-articulated version was introduced in 2002)

SONY DSC Volvo B12BLEA2001-2011: B12BLE/B12BLEA (articulated version was introduced in 2005)

Volvo B9 SALF2002-2011: B9S Articulated/B9 SALF Articulated (bi-articulated version was introduced in 2006)

VOLVO B9LA city bus 2005-2013: B9L/B9LA

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA2010?-2013: B9RLE

Current

2014 Volvo B7R Irizar1997-: B7R

Volvo B7RLE2001-: B7RLE

2014 Volvo B9TL2002-: B9TL (once known as Olympian in Volvo official website)

Volvo B9R Coach  9400 6x2-customer Volvo B9R Plaxton Elite2003-: B9R

Volvo B5LH hybrid a Volvo B5LH hybrid2008-: B5LH (hybrid electric bus)

Volvo B13R - Jonckheere2010-: B13R

Volvo B270F Volvo B270Fa2011-: B270F

volvo B11R Jonck HR 122011-: B11R

Volvo B5TL Wright Gemini 32012-: B5TL

VOLVO B5RH

VOLVO B5RH

VOLVO B215RH2010-: B5RH/B215RH (hybrid electric bus)

Volvo B215LH2012-: B215LH (Low Floor and Hybrid biodiesel-electric) – in Brazil

Volvo B8R Euro-62013-: B8R

Volvo B8RLE2013-: B8RLE

Complete buses

02 Praha, Holešovice, Výstaviště, Czech hybridní autobus VolvoHybrid Volvo 7700H bus at the Czech Bus Fair 2011

1984 Volvo C10M Volvo C10M 01

C10M (built in 1980s)

5000/7500 low-floor citybus (B10L/B7L/B9S Articulated chassis)

  • 7000/7700 low-floor citybus (B10L/B7L/B9L chassis)
  • 7250/7350 coach (Volvo/Drögmöller B10-400/B7R chassis) – for Mexico
  • 7400 – for India
  • 7400XL – for India
  • 7450/7550 coach
  • 7700A articulated low-floor citybus (B7LA/B9LA chassis)
  • 7700 Hybrid low-floor citybus (B5LH chassis)
  • 7800 articulated BRT bus (B9S Articulated chassis) – for China
  • 7900 low-floor citybus
  • 7900 Hybrid low-floor citybus (B5LH chassis)
  • 7900A Hybrid articulated low-floor citybus (B5LHA chassis)
  • 8300 intercity (B9R chassis) – for Mexico
  • 8400 citybus (B7RLE chassis) – for India
  • 8500 TX intercity (B7R/B12M chassis)
  • 8500A articulated intercity (B12MA chassis)
  • 8500LE citybus (B10BLE/B7RLE/B12BLE/B9S Articulated chassis)
  • 8700 TX intercity (B7R/B12B/B12M chassis)
  • 8700LE citybus (B7RLE/B12BLE chassis)
  • 8700LEA articulated citybus (B12BLEA chassis)
  • 8900 intercity (B7R/B9R/B8R chassis)
  • 8900LE citybus (B7RLE/B9RLE/B8RLE chassis)
  • 9100 coach – for Asia
  • 9300 coach (B9R chassis) – for Mexico
  • 9400 intercity (B7R/B9R chassis) – for India
  • 9400XL(6X2) intercity (B9R chassis) – for India
  • 9400PX coach (B11R chassis) – for India
  • 9500 coach (B9R/B8R chassis)
  • 9600 coach (B9R chassis) – for China
  • 9700 TX intercity/coach (B12B/B12M/B7R/B9R/B13R/B11R/B8R chassis)
  • 9800 coach (B12M chassis) – for China
  • 9900 coach (B12B/B13R/B11R chassis)

Acquired companies

Bus makers owned/acquired by Volvo:

Gallery

1928 VOLVO 1928 1928 Volvo LV45 autobus a 1928 Volvo LV45 autobus 1928-sketch 1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika 1929 1929 Volvo LV4 -Arvika 1931 VOLVO 1931 1932 VOLVO 1932 1932 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE 1934 VOLVO 1934 1934 Volvo-bus-on-B1-chassis-500 1935 Volvo van de Veluwe-Expres van de gebroeders Robart 1935 Volvo(GB) + Verheulbus van de Veluwe-Expres van de gebroeders Robart 1936 VOLVO 1936 1936 Volvo B10 1936 Volvo Verheul 29zitp  Citosa 14 NS 759 1937 Volvo 1937 1937 VOLVO 1937a 1937 Volvo Heiwo (Heida) B-23674 1938 Volvo B10 Bus 1938 Volvo LV 84 Bus 1939 Volvo, bus nummer 5 1939 Volvo's. Wagen 20 (serie 19-20) te Renswoude 1940 VOLVO 1940 1940 Volvo B12 Bus 1944 Volvo Verheul Zeist 1945 Vitabussar White Volvo aid 1945 VOLVO 1945 1945 Volvo LV81DS chassis TRM8 movile staff 1946 Volvo 14 114B Gebr v GoG 1946 Volvo B-30461 1946 Volvo brochure for B512 and B513 buses 1946 VOLVO BUS NON IDENTIFIE 325 1946 Volvo LV-128D, or better known as Pølsebussen (the Hot-Dog bus). 1946 Volvo nummer 7 1947 Volvo LV 128 SAVK 6cyl benzin 1948 Volvo 7 Carr. Den Hollander Capelle 1948 volvo 19 1948 volvo 48 1948 Volvo 1948 1948 Volvo B512 Bus 1948 Volvo B513 - Wattenberg-Viggaklev 1948 Volvo B513 Bus 1948 Volvo nr. 32 Tensen 38 1949 Volvo bus met Hainje karrosserie, nr.25 1949 Volvo voor Tensen 1950 Volvo Den Oudsten & Domburg Neusbus diesel bus 42 1950 Volvo modell 31s 1951 Volvo Hoogeveen 1951 VOLVO Østfold buss 1951+1952 Volvo carrosserie Den Oudsten 1951, NB-95-37 Volvo carrosserie Hoogeveen [1952] NB-95-53 1952 Volvo B 617 Bus 1952 Volvo B617 Bus 1952 Volvo B617 Den Oudsten NB 78 58 1952 Volvo B655 Bus 1952 Volvo Bergen-Nordhordaland N 1952 Volvo NB-90-72 1952, en Volvo B656 1953 Tensen Volvo's Soest 1953 volvo 52 of 53 1953 Volvo B 616 1953 Volvo B 727 1953 VOLVO B635 Brochure Image 1953 Volvo B638 1953 Volvo B655 Brochure 1953 Volvo B727 Bus 1953 Volvo Bus 1954 Domburg Volvo 1954 Volvo B615 bus Brochure 1954 Volvo B727 Bus Brochure Image 1954 Volvo B727 1954 Volvo L389 Viking - Aune 1954 Volvo Verheul Dr Raadt V13 1954 volvo-verheul BBA 1955 PB-54-68 Volvo B619 Classic Tours Scherpenzeel 1955 Volvo 45 (serie 45-46, bouwjaar 1955) was van ca. 1958 tot eind 1962 GogNwkVolvo45 1955 Volvo B727 1955 Volvo Den Oudsten Neusbus Tensen lijnbus 22-Soest 1956 Decaroli Volvo neco 2006 1956 Domburg Volvo a 1956 Domburg Volvo b 1956 Domburg Volvo 1956 Tensen Volvo B615 König RB 21 21 1956 volvo 56 1956 Volvo BF37507 Medema SB 52 85 1956 Volvo Tensen nr.40 1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658 1956 Volvo ZABO Brabena 658a 1957 VOLVO 1957 1957 VOLVO B 65506 carr Domburg GTW 30 1957 Volvo B655 fra DSB nr 670 1957 Volvo Bus 28 Tensen 1957 Volvo König met 46 zitplaatsen 1958 Bus nr.1 Volvo tensen 1958 TB-18-67 Volvo 1958 VOLVO 1958 1958 VOLVO B615 Brochure Image 1958 Volvo B615 Bus Brochure Image 1958 Volvo B615 Bus 1958 Volvo B615 1958 Volvo B635 - Larvik 1958 Volvo-Verheul, 43 zitplaatsen, in dienst tot 1972 Schutte37 1959 Volvo B 615 Wiima M59 1959 Volvo B 70501 Bus 1959 Volvo B615 1959 Volvo B615a 1959 Volvo B615-Smit Joure tourwagen met 49 zitp Schutte 1959 Volvo B635 - Larvik 1959 Volvo B70501 Bus 1959 Volvo Medema Appingedam Lijnbus bus 32 1959 Volvo Olav A Hokstad-Tylldal Tynset N 1959 Volvo, type B655 Verheul 1959 Volvo-touringcar (type B655 carrosserie Verheul) en een DAF-bus van Zuid-Ooster 1960 volvo 60 1960 Volvo Den Oudsten Hoogeveen Tensen17 1960 Volvo- ZABO City Coach - BBA 549 1960 Volvo, type B655 Domburg 1960 Volvo-Verheul bus BBA 1961 72eaae31747b8f61bf801f0c83478e8e My beautiful picture 1961 Volvo Autobus Tensen 46 erfg compr 1961 VOLVO B615 chassis. Body by LIER KAROSSERI, DRAMMEN Strada 1961 Volvo B615 Strada Noorwegen 1961 Volvo B615 1961 Volvo B615-Smit Joure met 47 zitplaatsen Schutte31 1961 VOLVO B61515 VOLVO carr ECF nr 18 1961 Volvo BBA ZABO City Coach 1961 Volvo Den Oudsten lijnbus 44 instap voor de vooras Diesel 1961 Volvo Tensen 47 1961 Volvo van gog44 1961 Volvo ZABO City Coach stadsbus nr.8 1961 Volvo, B615 Verheul 1961 Volvo, City Coach ZABO 1961 ZABO Bus nr.46 Volvo Tensen Soest Museumbus 1962 CAP Streekvervoer Dienstregeling 1962 Domburg Volvo 1962 Volvo B57-ZABO nr.2 Schutte 53 1962 Volvo B615 1962 Volvo B615a 1962 Volvo B615b 1962 Volvo B615c 1962 Volvo B635 1962 Volvo B655 con motor central, carrozado por Cametal 1962 Volvo B-61503 1962 Volvos 59-49 kleur Van Gog-bus oorspronkelijke kleuren. Links de 59 en rechts de 49 Rotterdam CS 1963 VOLVO B 755 a 1963 Volvo B615 Wiima M 59 vm 1963 Volvo B615 1963 Volvo B615a 1963 Volvo B615b 1963 Volvo B655 Bus 1963 Volvo DIC 1963 Volvo XB-02-27 1964 Volvo B615 1964 Volvo B635 1965 Domburg Volvo 1965 Volvo B615 - T. Knudsen 1965 Volvo B635 1966 Volvo B635 Wiima M63 vm. 1966 Volvo B755-Domburg met 49 zitp Schutte35 1966 Volvo, B755 Verheul 1966 Volvo-Verheul-streekbus 1967 Volvo 74 kleur 1967 Volvo B755-Domburg met 50 zitp Schutte34 1967 Volvo bus Stockholm 1967 Volvo -Nordisk Bus 1968 Volvo B57 60 Jonckheere 1968 1968 Volvo B57 med Arna-karosser 1968 Volvo B58 Bus 1968 Volvo van gog70 1969 VOLVO a 1969 Volvo Aurland Kommunale Rutebilar N 1969 Volvo B57 - Larvik 1969 VOLVO-01357 1970 Bus 40 Volvo carr. Hainje Tensen 1971 Volvo Jonckheere 60 23 GB 1972 Volvo B57-ZABO met 32 zitplaatsen Schutte 36 1972 Volvo B58 Scania AB 1972 VOLVO B58 Service Tips 1972 Volvo Tensen 33 1973 Volvo B58-50-Hainje nr.28 met ondervloermotor met 32 zitplaatsen Schutte39 1973 Volvo Coach Bolivia 1973 Volvo Solenza Jonckheere 11900cc 280ps 1973 Volvo, B58-50 ZABO 1973 Volvo-Hainje Wim Vink 1974 VOLVO B58 (RSP80106) 1974 Volvo B58-60-Domburg tourwagen nr33 met 50 zitplaatsen, in dienst in Schutte 44 1975 Volvo Coach Engine 8600cc 1976 Volvo B58-Volgren VG001 Bus Dandenong Victoria Australia My beautiful picture OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1977 Volvo B58-60-Jonckheere semi-tourwagen met 54 zitplaatsen Schutte48