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TV program shows school bus manufacturing process

Thomas McMahon
Posted on January 22, 2014
An episode of "How It's Made," shot at the IC Bus plant in Tulsa, Okla., explains key steps in the building of a school bus.

An episode of "How It's Made," shot at the IC Bus plant in Tulsa, Okla., explains key steps in the building of a school bus.

TULSA, Okla. — For those who have wondered how a school bus is made, a recent television show gives an enlightening look at the process.

Producers and camera crews for "How It's Made" visited the IC Bus school bus plant in Tulsa over a two-day period to document the manufacturing of a school bus, from start to finish.

The program, which aired on Discovery's Science channel on Nov. 14, explains key steps in the production process, from the steel underframe to the front cowl assembly to the body.

To watch the show, go here.

Related Topics: IC Bus, Oklahoma

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