July 19, 2000
I found your site while stumbling through the search engines looking for any info on my bus. I'm not sure what you know about my bus if anything or if you know where or who I could find out any info from, but I thought you would get a kick out of seeing it.
Here's what I know about it so far.
It's a 1950 General Motors PD 3704 coach. It's #60 out of only 100 total made. I am also pretty sure this is the last one in existence on the road if not period. The fellow I bought it from lives in Arkansas and had attempted to make a sort of motor home out of it. Thankfully he didn't change the outside! I am wanting to restore it or sell it and make some $ off of someone that wants it more than I :-).
If you can help with any info, that would be great... Enjoy the pics.
UPDATE: Mr. Petterson has since donated this bus to the Greyhound Bus Museum.
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george | Jul 22, 2006 | 6:30 am
Well may we all thank Cooper for maintaining this beautiful bus in the state that it is in, and preserve it for everyone's enjoyment when they come to visit the Greyhound Origin Center, in Hibbing Minnesota.
DeserTBoB | Oct 10, 2011 | 10:56 pm
VERY rare. Some 3704s lived in Southern California in the '50s, but were short-lived. I've only seen one "in the flesh."