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International 3000
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Manufacturer Navistar International
Production 1996-present
Class Type D
Layout rear-engine 4x2
Body style(s)

Bare chassis

Engine(s) diesel (International)
Vehicles AmTran/IC RE
Corbeil RE

The International 3000 is a rear-engine Type D bus chassis manufactured by Navistar International, used for school bus and commercial bus applications. It was introduced in 1996 as the chassis for the then-new AmTran RE. The 3000 is used primarily for school buses and only by IC Bus (formerly AmTran). In 2000, a few were bodied by Les Enterprises Michel Corbeil, but they were only sold in Canada in order to prevent any competition with AmTran.

EnginesEdit

405 2000 AmTran RE T444E

A 2000 AmTran RE with a T444E engine and on an International 3000 chassis owned by the North Syracuse School District

AvailabilityEdit

School Bus
  • AmTran RE (1996-2002)
  • Corbeil RE (2000 only)
  • IC RE (2003-present)
Commercial Bus
  • IC RC



First Student IC school bus 208821

A 2001 AmTran RE on an International 3000 chassis

References Edit

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