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A whole bunch of Whys?

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The fleet in question:

 

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Why does this one have a decal scheme?

 

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Why does this one have an SBS scheme?

 

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Why doesn't this unit have a livery?

 

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Why doesn't this one have an SBS Painted front?

 

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Why doesn't this one have a front?

 

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Why does this one look so strange compared to the rest....?

 

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Can you answer the questions? Enjoy!

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3rd question "Why that bus does not have a livery?" because it's a demo bus from the company that made it.

 

1st question "why the bus has a decal scheme?" because most MTA Buses in real life are getting re-painted

 

2nd question "why the bus has an SBS scheme?" because it belong's to a SBS route

 

5th question "why the us has no front?" it look's like someone edited te picture to take the front off.

 

that's my guess

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3rd question "Why that bus does not have a livery?" because it's a demo bus from the company that made it.

 

1st question "why the bus has a decal scheme?" because most MTA Buses in real life are getting re-painted

 

2nd question "why the bus has an SBS scheme?" because it belong's to a SBS route

 

5th question "why the us has no front?" it look's like someone edited te picture to take the front off.

 

that's my guess

 

Question 1 - Right

Question 2 - Right

Question 3 - Right

Question 5 - Wrong - In real life that bus does not have a front. The SBS unit with the white front, the white front was from the unit without a paper bus. lol ;)

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Queston 5: Scrap bus ;)

Why does this one look so strange compared to the rest....?

Battery thing on top.

 

RIGHT! That MTA Xcelsior was the prototype model.

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