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PostPosted: Wed 16 Nov 2016 18:36 
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Hello friends!

My name is Viktor Chaushev and I am vice-chairman of "Public transport and infrastructure" NGO from Sofia, Bulgaria.
I want to share with you this information:
http://bgtransport.org/?action=news&inf ... f89d77d1c4

We have recently started a campain for preserving 3 historical trolleybuses for moving museum exponates in Sofia, Bulgaria. One of them is Romanian-Bulgarian DAC-Chavdar 317 ETR from Pernik (Bulgaria). I need help from your forum and NGO to spread these news and to see if someone can help us.
It can be helped three ways:
- by spreading this news to other people, organisations and companies;
- by sharing technical documentation for DAC-Chavdar - we need service manual, diagrams, schemes, history of this model of trolleybus - everything you have and know;
- by donating in our campain. We use Paypal also.

Feel free to ask any questions!


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Jul 2017 04:31 
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I have a question or two. Do you have a list of the bus numbers from Pernik and Varna (or any other cities that operated Dac-Chavdar)? Im trying to compile a list of all buses/trolleybuses built.

If you happen to have serial numbers too that would be great.

As an aside, I am happy to see you are preserving an old Fishbowl. I remember riding in them as a child, but not the trolley version, only the standard bus version. By the way, the rear door was more common but only with trolleybuses, where the diesel buses had a more narrow 2 piece door that opened also towards the outside. Boston had the strange 3 door type (with 2 doors on the right, and 1 door on the right as well).


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