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Dinosaur buses and later Arrow, from Viao Cometa, in their different versions, marked the landscape in the history of transportation, both on the roads and in cities.
The models inspired by the American buses are so sturdy that, although manufactured three decades ago, many still roam the country. The latest models of these Road Kings were manufactured over 10 years ago.
Comet Dinosaur, front, blue arrow, rear and monoblock CMTC Mercedes-Benz ops. A striking scene in Marginal do Tiet in the 80s.
Even those who do not care much about the history of urban and road public transport in the country have a peculiar figure that soon comes to mind when thinking of 'road bus'. These are the famous duralumin models that Viaeta Cometa operated exclusively for a long time. The vehicles, similar to American strong-engine American buses, that left many passenger cars 'in their slippers.'
The first Dinosaur model appeared in 1972 on a Scania BR 115 chassis at the Auto Show. Inspired by the American GM Coach, a world reference in road transport, some arrows, despite more than 30 years of history, can be seen on the roads under the banner of smaller companies, transporting or in perfect condition and retired by collectors.
The history of the dinosaur, and later the arrow (a dinosaur made by the comet itself), begins in the 1950s, when progress was a sign of roads, road transport. Viao Cometa, founded in 1937 by a small urban company, founded by Italian aviator Tito Maschioli, has grown and followed the country's ideal of development.
To differentiate itself in the market and not find national models aligned with the ambitious desire to offer refined air road transport, Comet imported General Motors buses from the United States. GMPD trainers had air conditioning, leather armchairs, windows with excellent visibility for passengers and drivers - items that the Brazilian industry crawled on.