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The Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania

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Welcome Aboard

The Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania is a non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation of Pennsylvania's unique city bus transportation systems. From the buses to the memories, routes and politics of transit, we record the history to preserve the full story behind the buses that served the area.

Click on a destination to the left to begin learning more about AMCAP and city bus transit in the Pittsburgh area and the rest of Pennsylvania.

Make sure to take a trip to our monthly special feature section as well as our transit history section.


Of Interest...

Coach 775 is AMCAP's 1947 GM TDH3207 transit coach

Interested in Pittsburgh's transit history? Take a look at the Transit History section of our site

Click the What's New link to find out what's new or updated on our site


Coach 3500 is AMCAP's 1982 Neoplan AN440A transit coach


All items contained on this site are the property of AMCAP, unless otherwise specified, and may not be used without permission.

© 2002-2010, The Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania - All Rights Reserved

Our site was named the Pennsylvania Destination of the Day on April 17, 2002

Our site was updated on November 26, 2010

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