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  • Shade Smith Banner Ad
  • Become a Member Bannert AD
  • Bus Manuals Banner AD
  • Superior Driveline Banner AD
  • Straight Line Banner AD
  • National Bus Trader Banner AD
  • Ardemco Supply Banner AD
  • Become a Member Bannert AD
  • Bus Manuals Banner AD
  • Guard1 Services Banner AD
  • Unforgettable Fire Banner AD
  • Thinkware Dash Cam Banner AD
  • Flame Innovation Banner AD
  • Midwest Bus Parts Banner Ad
  • Tire Table New Banner AD
  • Shade Smith Banner Ad

Eagle 20

Although the 102-inch Model 15 accounted for most Eagle sales, some demand continued for narrower coaches so the Model 10 was restyled to look like the Model 15 and identified as the Model 20. The first Model 20 Eagles were built in December, 1987. Because of the narrower engine compartment, the Model 20 was offered only with the 6V engine.

Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988

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