Yeah, I think that I over-reached with this one. I'm going to officially declare Teamdriver as the winner at 1/2 Point ! Yayyy !!! TD, our audience wants to know - How did you prepare for this momentous win ? Were years of intense academic study involved ? Did you boldly piece by piece dissect a purchased old streetcar ? Anyway, congratulations for your stunning win as the one and only man brave enough to part the waters and dive in for the gold ! I salute you with an Anchor Steam. Know with every sip that you have gone where no man dared to tread, that you know not the agony of defeat, and that victory is yours my friend !
In honor of this special, individual, and distinguished award, I would like to award you an MTA Surface Lines hardcover Rulebook dated July 1952 which every operator of a period Bus, Type 4, 5, CE, Trackless Trolley, and PCC car carried so as to advise him of protocol in any unforeseen event. Includes a full index from accidents to windows as well as a separate Trackless Trolley chapter. Please private message me with your address and I will mail it to you.
Answers to Quiz
A - Brill 27MCB, 78" wheelbase used on Cambridge-Dorchester 06/0700 cars, Heavyweight Class.
B - Standard C60, 78" wheelbase used on Main Line 0900 cars, Heavyweight Class.
C - Standard C35, 62" wheelbase used on Type 5's, Lightweight Class.
D - Brill 77EX, 64" wheelbase used on Center Entrance Motors, Lightweight Class.
E - Bay State 12C, 58" wheelbase used on Eastern Mass 4000's, City Car Class.
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