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Own a piece of history with AMCAP's new DVD of our restored Harmony Short Lines bus #775. See Special Offers for more details

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775 Restoration Update #3

775's restoration is still progressing well as of this update. The views below show 775 in the sand blasting booth getting the old paint off so that it can be prepared for the Harmony livery.

More updates on 775's progress will follow.

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The rear of 775. The only clue to the earlier paint job is shown on the engine grills.

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Doors, windows and lighting holes have been blocked to keep out the sand.

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Another view of the taped up front end.

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There's still some removal of old paint that needs to occur at the top.

We once again thank Gene Evans Jr. and  John Rubinich for all the hard work and effort they are placing into 775's restoration.

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