Anglicky (český popis chybí)
The Ford B-Series was a Type C (conventional) bus chassis manufactured by Ford Motor Company from 1948 to 1998 and was used primarily for school bus applications. Although the B-Series was derived from the medium-duty versions of the Ford F-Series and shared their front fascia, the B-Series was a bare chassis and cowl only; everything from the windshield back was supplied by the bus manufacturer. Until 1968, the B-Series was badged and sold as a Mercury in Canada in both Ford and Mercury dealerships. This was a result of rural Canadian communities often having either a Ford dealership or a Mercury dealership, but not both.