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ABC debuts 35-foot, rear-engine model at BusCon

Posted on October 2, 2007

The new ABC Companies-branded 3035RE made its debut on the showfloor at BusCon 2007, held in Chicago October 1 to 3.  


This 35-foot, rear-engine model is built on the new XBR Freightliner chassis and features a durable steel and stainless steel combination construction frame and new body styling. Other features include 280 cubic foot pass-through baggage bays, a 20,000-lb. rear axle rating and ZF independent front suspension with disc brakes and a 60-degree wheel cut.  


The new 3035RE represents the third major collaboration between ABC and partner Thor Industries Commercial Bus Division and General Coach America.

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