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How It's Made - Public Transit Bus

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Now that particular bus there is a Novabus LFS 2nd Gen, pretty cool right?

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Edited by Casey Stengel

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It's amazing what parts are made into a bus. I never thought that wood was used in the floor in newer buses. Very interesting. NovaBus got one over Discovery by placing their website on the destination sign during the bus wash. Nice. lol. I wouldn't mind working there. I wonder how much each of those buses cost.

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It's amazing what parts are made into a bus. I never thought that wood was used in the floor in newer buses. Very interesting. NovaBus got one over Discovery by placing their website on the destination sign during the bus wash. Nice. lol. I wouldn't mind working there. I wonder how much each of those buses cost.

 

About $500,000.

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It's amazing what parts are made into a bus. I never thought that wood was used in the floor in newer buses. Very interesting. NovaBus got one over Discovery by placing their website on the destination sign during the bus wash. Nice. lol. I wouldn't mind working there. I wonder how much each of those buses cost.

 

Wood has been used in bus flooring for decades actually, and the average price of a new LFS diesel is approximately $442,000.

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The LFSes shown in the video are 2004 models. Pretty old, lol. ;)

 

I just wish to see how it's made a Nova LFS Artic. B)

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