November 3, 1997
The following photo(s) are © copyrighted by Nick DeBenedetto (New Jersey, USA)
Here's a 1968 GM PD-4903-089 origanilly owned by Public Service Coordinated Transportation of New Jersey. It was fleet number Z-619. It was sold in the early 1980s to a private concern and somehow I found out about it and saved it (so far) from the crusher. I would like to restore it. It needs very little work, unlike my 4103.
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DeserTBoB | Jan 05, 2011 | 12:27 pm
I drove both models, and I'd take the 4103 any day! 4107s and 4903s/5s had a horrendous problem out on the road in the west, in that when descending a steep grade in first gear, they'd pop out of gear without warning! Back east, this wasn't a problem, since they don't have mountain grades back there to speak of. I almost lost a 4905A going down Wolf Creek Pass on a tour one time account of this defect.
david | Feb 09, 2011 | 8:53 pm
just bought a GMC 1968 PD 4903 BUS...is it worth restoring? i would like to make it look pimp.
anthony cerbo | Oct 23, 2011 | 2:16 am
I would like photos of the old public service bus garage on bergenline ave union city new jersey. Also photos of the habana cuba bus company omnibus aliado using gmc busses. Thank You, Anthony Cerbo.
Brian ONeill j.r | Oct 17, 2014 | 5:58 pm
Where did you find it . My dad left it at a towing place by the shore. Cuz it needed work. Do you still have it. If you can contact me through my email