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

MC-5C

The MC-5C featured a modernized front end to match the 40-foot MC-8 which was in simultaneous production.

In 1979, over 200 special MC-5C buses were built by Greyhound under contract from Aramco in Saudi Arabia. Two versions were built, one with 44 intercity-style seats and one with 41 transit seats and two passenger doors. Modifications made for desert operation included an increase in air conditioning capacity, an oversized engine cooling system, dual air cleaners and an extra roof cover to insulate coach interiors from the action of the sun. These buses have since been returned to the U.S.

Information from the Bus World Encyclopedia of Buses - 1988

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