Flxible

Flxible

The Flxible Co. (originally the Flexible Sidecar Company) was an American manufacturer of motorcycle sidecars, funeral cars, ambulances, intercity coaches and transit buses, based in the U.S. state of Ohio. It was founded in 1913 and closed in 1996.

Read more about Flxible:  History, Production Outside The United States, Charles Kettering and General Motors, 870 Frame Problems, Flxible Owners International, Products

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MTA Maryland Bus Service - Fleet Roster - Retired Fleet Roster
... Diesel 2901-2960 (60) No City 1973/1992 Flxible New Look 40 Diesel 2801-2840 (40) No Semi-Suburban 1975/1992 Grumman Flxible Metro A 40 Diesel 3001-3205 (205) No City 1979/1990 General Motors RTS-II 40 ...
Autoridad Metropolitana De Autobuses - Inactive Bus Fleet
... TYPE YEAR LENGTH Flxible Twincoach Old Look 1946 35' GMC Old Look 1953-1954 40' Mack Trucks Old Look 1955 40' GMC New Look 1962-1963 35' GMC New Look 1966-1968 35' Flxible New Look 1970 ... The 1990 Flxible makes the debut of the 30 ft ...
Flxible New Look Bus - Manufacture
... At the start of production all New Looks were built at the Flxible factory in Loudonville, Ohio, and a majority of the New Looks continued to be built here during the life of the New Look's production run ... In 1963, Flxible started building a line of shorter buses at the former Southern Coach factory in Evergreen, Alabama ... In 1965, Flxible licensed their New Look design to Canadair Ltd ...
Flxible Metro
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Flxible - Products
... FL "Fageoliner" transit bus (1953–1954) FT "Flxible Twin" transit bus (1953–1959) VL-100 "VistaLiner" two-level intercity coach (1954–1959) "StarLiner" intercity coach ...