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Updated Eagle History Document by Joe Richards

This is a public forum that will facilitate **DOCUMENTATION** of Eagle Bus History. Posting of historical documents and photos is encouraged. Questions about individual bus history (VIN) should be posted in the General Eagle Chat forum.

Joe Richards (aka Bus & Car) has been busy working on Eagle related documents. This post will cover his updated Eagle History document.

If you are an Eagle History buff, this is a must read. I will post it here as a PDF and then update the "Eagle History" tab on the website page.

A very public THANK YOU to Joe for sharing your wealth of information!!!

Jim
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Jim Shepherd
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Joe thank you for sharing your Eagle History knowledge. It will be enjoyed by all. I have the picture that hung in the presidents office of the first 45ft conversion shell signed by all of the Eagle employes . If you would like a copy just let me know. Byron


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whitelightning wrote:Joe thank you for sharing your Eagle History knowledge. It will be enjoyed by all. I have the picture that hung in the presidents office of the first 45ft conversion shell signed by all of the Eagle employes . If you would like a copy just let me know. Byron


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