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Coach 3070

1983 M-A-N SE310


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Our ex-PAT 3070 while it was still in service  out of East Liberty Division

Coach 3070 was added to our collection in 1999. It's the largest coach in our collection and tops off at 55' in length. Made by M-A-N in 1983, this coach was part of the second order of articulated coaches for PAT and were ordered to handle service on the East Busway.

This coach served most of it's life running out of PAT's East Liberty Division and saw service on all of the heavy hauling routes served by East Liberty. In the later years of it's life, this coach was transferred to the West Mifflin Division and saw much service on routes that went through Oakland as well as seeing service on routes that went out the South Busway and Clairton Blvd (St. Rte. 51).

A few of the most notable changes between the second order which included 3070 and the 1970 order was that this coach has a tapered trailer section and a more traditional PAT seating arrangement with smoke tinted windows. It also has a turbo-charged V-6 engine which made them more powerful than the first order.

As received, coach 3070 is operational and was pulled out of service and retired shortly before we acquired it. This coach represents the 80's era of PAT well and are grateful to PAT for putting it aside for us.

Specifications

Manufacturer: M-A-N

Year: 1983

Length: 55 foot (articulated)

Width: 102 inches

Engine: M-A-N turbo 6 cylinder Diesel

Seating: 60 passengers

Condition: Very good.


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