|Manufacturer||Daimler Trucks North America, LLC|
The Freightliner FS-65 is a Type C conventional bus chassis manufactured by Freightliner, used for school bus and commercial bus applications. It was introduced for the 1997 model year for Thomas Built Buses. The FS-65 is most closely related to Freightliner's FL-Series medium-duty conventional.
Initially, the FS-65 was widely available to manufacturers throughout the industry with a notable exception; AmTran, a wholly owned subsidiary of Navistar International, one of Freightliner's biggest competitors, did not offer the FS-65 chassis. However, after 2002, availability of the FS-65 became limited to Thomas Built Buses as Blue Bird dropped Freightliner as an option.
|Manufacturer Name||Blue Bird Corporation|| Crown By Carpenter|
Carpenter Industries, Inc.
|Les Enterprises Michel Corbeil, Inc.||Thomas Built Buses|
|Model Name||Conventional|| Classic|
|Model Years Produced||1997–2002|| 1997-1999|
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- Freightliner Trucks - chassis manufacturer
- Thomas Built Buses - primary body manufacturer
- School Bus