GM "Bustonomy XL"

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    GM "Bustonomy XL"

    OK.

    So in light of the comments that you all posted on my original "Bustonomy" or "New Buffalo" being too short, I drew this up today.



    Please don't mind the crudeness of it - I did it quickly and over two sheets of paper...

    It's now got the length associated with something of a 40' coach, I'd say.

    The whole idea/concept behind this is identical to what I posted in the Bustonomy concept, so go there to read up on it. I'm also envisioning some Autonomy and Hy-Wire cues, along with what I tried to re-interpret from the PAD concept.

    Lemme know what you think.

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    Re: GM "Bustonomy XL"

    After scrolling over it 5 times and finally recognizing what it is, I like it. It's very cool. Very futuristic.
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    It's certainly different but in a good way
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    Re: GM "Bustonomy XL"

    Beautiful. As said in the other post's with the smaller buses, its very modern.

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