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Model Seats Type Built Notes
F-60 18 transit 1921–1927 for ¾-ton Reo Speed Wagon chassis; replaced by model F
F-75 18 parlor 1921–? sedan-style; for ¾-ton Reo Speed Wagon chassis
B-51 21 transit 1922–1928 for ¾-ton Reo Speed Wagon chassis; replaced by model B
22 parlor 1924–1927 for Reo W chassis
B 21 transit 1927–1933 Pay-Enter Grand; Seneca without upper sash windows, Sioux with upper sash windows
C 17–25 parlor 1927–1933 Observation Coach (21 seats); Mohawk with 17 seats, Tecumseh with 25 seats
D 12–17 transit/suburban 1927–1933 Utility Coach; Algonquin with 12 seats, Juniata with 14 seats, Apache with 17 seats
F 17 transit 1927–1928
G 21 parlor ?–1933 Observation Coach; Tomahawk with inside lofts, Shiawassee without inside lofts
H 29 transit ?–1933 Pensacola
K 25 transit/suburban 1928–1933 Navajo
L 19–29 parlor 1928–1933 Commander of the Highways (19 seats); Chippewa with 21 seats, Shawnee with 25 seats, Pocahontas with 29 seats
S various school ?–1933 Hiawatha
5 13 parlor 1933–? streamlined body; only 3 built
10 16 parlor 1933–? streamlined body; only 7 built (2 as railbuses)
15 ? ? 1933–? no details
20 ? ? 1933–? no details
25 ? ? 1933–? no details
30 ? ? 1933–? no details
35 21–29 transit 1933–1939 198 built (includes 35A, 35B, 35C, 35X and streamlined 35Z versions)
100 11–15 sedan 1934–194x stretchout Chevrolet Master Sedan; 776 built; 15-seat version built during World War 2
135 ? parlor 1935 2 built
150 ? parlor 1934–? Deluxe Streamlined Intercity
175 ? parlor ? no details
215 16–21 transit 1934–? 101 built
250 21–25 parlor 1934–? Dural Intercity: all-metal flat-front duralumin body; replaced by model 325
300 ? transit 193x–1942 245 built (14 as bodies only); replaced by model 310
310 27–39 transit 1944–1950 Cityliner; forward-entrance flat-front bus; also offered with Hercules JXLD engine; standee windows added in 1947; replaced by models FTD & FTG
325 ? parlor ?–1940 available as body-only or integral coach; replaced by models 500 & 600
350 ? transit 1936–1937 forward-entrance flat-front all-metal body for Reo 3P7 chassis; 25 built
500 24–32 parlor 1939–1945 Duraliner; 243 built; replaced by model 510
510 24–32 parlor 1946–1952 Duraliner; 499 built
525 28 parlor ? Duraliner; 7 built
600 36 parlor 1939–1940 Falcon; mid-ship underfloor engine
610 36 parlor 1940–1946 Falcon; front engine; replaced by model 635
615 36 parlor ?–1946 Falcon; air-conditioned version of the 610; replaced by model 635
625 ? parlor 1940 last body-only design; for White 1012 chassis
635 36–40 parlor 1949 Super Duraliner; 25 built; export version sold in Mexico until 1956
FTD ? transit 1950–1954 Cityliner; rear diesel engine (usually Cummins JT-6B)
FTG ? transit 1950–1954 Cityliner; rear gasoline engine (usually Waukesha 140-GK)
FSD/FSG ? suburban ? Suburbanliner; high-back seats and no center door; only 3 built
FID/FIG 33–37 interurban 1954–1958 Roadrunner; Sightseer offered with roof windows; 14 FIG built
? trailer 1943 auto-hauling trailers converted to passenger units; 62 built

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