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Buses . A 1982 GMC "local" bus, and a classic MCI "express" bus (used for longer-distance commuting). Both are modeled after New York City's MTA buses. . Looking for my VW Microbus? Hello again, I've been busy... I created two New York City MTA busses. The first is a GMC city bus, with 2 sets of doors (front and rear) and a lower profile.   These are used as crosstown locals here in Manhattan. The second is an MCI "express bus", used to get people from the other islands into Manhattan.  It is taller, has 6 wheels, and a ridged metal bottom. The Brickshelf™ folder is full of pictures of the two of them, as well as some Real-Life snapshots of these buses.


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