And here's some useless trivia for everyone:
The Greyhound model used for these graphics is one of the old Yellow Coach 743s, built around 1937.
743s were the second-generation Yellow Coaches using the "revolutionary V-drive", first introduced in the 719 model a couple of years earlier.
Yellow Coach, of course, was, at the time, partially owned by GMC. When fully absorbed into the General, it became what we're all familiar with: GMC Truck & Coach Division.
End of triva for tonite. . .