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Old 08-25-2007, 07:48 PM   #1
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the other day i was traveling on interstae 95 in connecticut. i glanced over to the southbound lanes and noticed a small convoy of truck tractors towing trailers that looked like they were made in the style of prevost bus bodies. i went home and started googling the internet hoping to find some information on what i had seen. i was intrigued to say the least. i haven't really found anything quite like i witnessed that day. have any of you seen or heard of anything like i saw?
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the other day i was traveling on interstae 95 in connecticut. i glanced over to the southbound lanes and noticed a small convoy of truck tractors towing trailers that looked like they were made in the style of prevost bus bodies. i went home and started googling the internet hoping to find some information on what i had seen. i was intrigued to say the least. i haven't really found anything quite like i witnessed that day. have any of you seen or heard of anything like i saw?
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I haven't seen one of those -- however,these coaches are certainly unique.
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unique, and very cool. i always though those argosy cab steps were a great idea. thanks for your reply. g.
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