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Tom Meadow

Where in Nassau county is 1636

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At first I thought you meant the year lol. Could be at one of the two, or retired. Is there a ttmg roster for nice?

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At first I thought you meant the year lol. Could be at one of the two, or retired. Is there a ttmg roster for nice?

1636 definitely isn't retired, I can tell you that.

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At first I thought you meant the year lol. Could be at one of the two, or retired. Is there a ttmg roster for nice?

 

It's still in service, but can be ANYWHERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRE!

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It's still in service, but can be ANYWHERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRE!

 

Then we'll see it show up soon enough on HERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRE!

 
 
 
 
 
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Is 1667 and 1808 back

1808 is most likely in Nassau, but I don't know if it's entered service yet. 1667 has been back.

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What was the the deal with 1636 and 1667?

 

1636 has a John Deere engine and 1667 was involved in an accident... apparently a big deal for some lol.

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1636 has a John Deere engine and 1667 was involved in an accident... apparently a big deal for some lol.

 

What was the the deal with 1636 and 1667?

1636 never had any problems, its just "special." 1664 had an accident under Long Island Bus where it smashed into a school bus, but it was repaired under Long Island Bus and is fine now:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cN_jD3kDJDo

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1636 has a John Deere engine and 1667 was involved in an accident... apparently a big deal for some lol.

 

Oh right the accident involving the pedestrain on Merrick BLVD, forgot about that...

 

http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1182914!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_635/struck14n-1-web.jpg

struck14n-1-web.jpg

 

1636 never had any problems, its just "special." 1667 had an accident under Long Island Bus where it smashed into a school bus, but it was repaired under Long Island Bus and is fine now:

 

Really?  1667?  Holy shit that's bad luck, the bus is cursed, I'll never step foot on 1667! (see Brett's reply below)

 

 

1636 never had any problems, its just "special." 1667 had an accident under Long Island Bus where it smashed into a school bus, but it was repaired under Long Island Bus and is fine now:

 

It wasn't very nice of MTA LIB to crash into a school bus!  (couldn't resist :P )

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Doesn't 1636 run the 32 or the 15 at most times. 

Can't really say because it has been caught on other routes like the 4 many times.

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Can't really say because it has been caught on other routes like the 4 many times.

Yea. As for 1664 its up and healthy like in this video 

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