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Author Topic: Mexican Flxibles  (Read 979 times)
Rudy Frimbrez
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« on: June 13, 2007, 01:37:05 AM »

Say, what is the story with those Maxican Flxible 100's?  I see one every now and again.  Looks like they could be a great conversion!
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« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2007, 05:27:42 AM »

The are a Dina.

Dina bought the rights to produce the design south of the boarder....and over the years has changed and tweaked the design.

Beleive the Initial licensing agreement waws on the Flxible Flxliner which was the last Flx Highway coach design prior to the company getting out of the coach business.

As with lots of things made under license in other coutries, things change ...although basicaly the same bus.....things like windshields etc may or may not fit, due to low quality control.

As far as I know Dina is no longer in business so parts may be an issue as well

Both the Flx and the Dina are rust prone......almost as much as Eagles ....OOps, that might bring out the eagle faction.....lol

the Flx/Dina also had Torsilastic Suspension.

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