In June-July 1951 Pacific Greyhound Lines acquired 37 GM TDM-5103 coaches for use on their routes in the San Francisco area. These coaches were built without center doors and had manual transmissions. The new 5105 model was not yet approved by the PUC, Pacific Greyhound Lines as other California's operators went to the 4801 model, a lighter bus on a shorter wheelbase, and acquired 75 TDM-4801 coaches (also with manual transmission). Coach K1407 is preserved by the Pacific Bus Museum in California.
1951 GM TDM-5103 (Pacific Greyhound Lines K1400-K1436 series).
*) Advertising and running dog emblem (actually it never was applied on the buses) decal
will supplied with each model.