One of the 33 Red "Jammer" tour buses that have continually given tours in Glacier National Park, Montana, since the 1930s. They were built by the Ford Motor Company in the 1930s. In 2002, the buses were shipped to Dearborn where they were completely restored. They are called "Jammer" buses because of how the drivers used the gears on steep mountain roads.
Ellen Creager, Detroit Free Press, MCT
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