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Live Presentation: “The Flight of the Eagle” Motorcoaches

Dec 3 @ 11:00 am 12:30 pm

The image above is a 1971 Golden Eagle. The artwork was created for the Policyholders of Lancer Insurance Company by Paul A. Gatto, 2007.

Our upcoming AACA Museum, Inc. Live Presentation, “The Flight of the Eagle,” on December 3rd at 11:00 am EST (10:00 am CST) features the unique and historic story of the Trailways Eagle motorcoaches. With video footage from Eagle appearances at the museum, Eagle Bus historian Daniel Lenz is joined by Rob Kain to discuss the heritage of these visionary and once-proud, industry-leading coaches.

Join us onsite or online

There are two ways to enjoy the presentation: Online or onsite. The “Eagle” webcast is powered by Zoom. To attend the online webcast, registration is required. The Zoom link that provides access to the presentation will be emailed to registered guests prior to the event.

If you registered for the presentation, you can use the link below to connect.


Registration closes at noon on Friday, December 2nd, 2022

About the Eagle Bus

According to Eagles International (https://eaglesinternational.net/eagle-history/), “The first Eagle coach was built in Germany by the Karl Kässbohrer firm of Ulm in 1956. The Eagle coach resulted from a contract between Continental Trailways in the United States and the Kässbohrer company.” Later, “Continental had an idea of what their dream coach would look like and gave their requirements and sketches to Kässbohrer. Continental watched as Kässbohrer designed the new bus and approved every line on the new drawings. Continental gave their new bus the name of Golden Eagle as they acquired an eagle trademark as part of their 1953 purchase of American Buslines. In mid-1956, Kässbohrer built a single high specification 40 foot, 3-axle luxury coach specifically designed for and partly by Continental Trailways.” The Eagle’s American adventure will be the focus of the presentation.”

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