1936 White Motor Company Model 706 National Park Bus in the park's museum collection
1936 White Motor Company Model 706 fourteen-passenger National Park Bus, Y.P. Co. 361. Museum Catalog Number 90071. This vehicle, like the Model 614, has a 6-cylinder engine, although a flathead motor (the mainstay of most auto manufacturers before World War II), as opposed to the more sophisticated and expensive overhead valve engine of the Model 614. It also has a noticeably different body style (most evident by the windshield and front end). Also present on the driver's side is a semaphore turn signal, a
requirement for buses operating in that state. A divided storage compartment, or "blanket chest" is located behind the rear seat and was used to store blankets for passengers' comfort.