The passenger (as opposed to drivers) side 3rd row of seats on the lower deck is *not* a standard scenicruiser seat pair.
This row mounts to the back wall by the steel grill on the passenger side of the stairs (not the floor), has no footrests, and does not recline.
Retired Greyhound Driver from SLC. Division 8-A.
Spotted pd-4501-987, On Ebay, 2014.06.01.
Jeff Wiley owns pd-4501-59
There is a lot of stuff to put on this page, but i’m not sure how to do it yet. in the meantime, you should just buy his book:
112 page paperback (landscape page orientation)
376 photos. (70% color, 30% black & white.)
Around 9000 words text. Published by Iconografix.
Complete detailed history covering every aspect of the amazing Greyhound Scenicruiser start to finish.
Historical never before seen photos as well as modern day “where are they now” photos.
Super rare memorabilia collection photos too.
When we deem things iconic, they have naturally become part of history and have earned a permanent status of importance to us—one such object is a particular intercity coach, the Greyhound PD-4501 Scenicruiser bus, built by the GM Corporation during 1954-‘56. After nearly 60 years, its popularity, even today, is almost cult-like. Throughout the history of intercity coaches in the U.S., there have not been more toys, advertising pieces, souvenirs, or memorabilia centered on any other bus. The Scenicruiser starred in several movies, was featured on record album covers, and appeared on endless TV shows through the years. Starting with prototypes, this book covers all the various models of the Scenicruiser’s heritage, and even highlights many of the restored and still operating legends today.
You can order it from tom directly here:
Or from Amazon.com here: Greyhound Scenicruiser (Amazon Link)