Above the Clouds

Our Work - Completed projects

Flagstop IS Canadian buses. We take great pride in producing accurate versions of Canadian bus lines right down to the smallest detail. A great deal of research goes into the development of every project starting with the Flagstop technical team, graphic artist,  former owners (if possible), and interested customers as our final quality control check.  

September 2020

J4500 Hahrness Tours

This was our first custom job. It is a simple operator patch on a former Tourimex J4500 - not an uncommon practice in the bus industry. This unit was a modified fantasy scheme for a fellow model railroader's layout. We matched the correct blue and also provided a fake website address on the back of the coach.

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October 2020

MC-7 Pacific Coach Lines #6715

Pacific Coach Lines (PCL) presented many challenges including extended window frame lining and graphics, correct legals, license plates, Vancouver International Airport Service signage on the back of the coach and bumper pads. This SOLD OUT run was produced for a group of ex-drivers and enthusiasts.

Our second PCL run is expected in the fall of 2022.

April 2021

Victory Lines #6026 (Phillipines)

This was a special request where a customer provided his own bus. We accepted this challenging project when all others had turned our customer away. The bus was in poor condition but after repainting & touching up all details, we applied our own custom graphics as directed. Victory Lines operates a large and impressive motor coach fleet in the Philippines.


May 2021

MC-7 Pacific Stage Lines #6715

Pacific Stage Lines (PSL) was finally completed in May 2021 after a number of revisions. This SOLD OUT run was prepared for a number of former drivers (including one of our technical advisors) and enthusiasts.

A second run of PSL MC-7's is expected in the fall of 2022.

October 2021

MC-9 Maverick Coach Lines 

Currently in progress...Our final revision has been reviewed extensively and is near completion. This project consists of six separate unit numbers and two prototype variations. This run consists of approximately 30 units.

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October 2021

J4500 Canadian Forces Cruiser

Currently in progress...Our first prototype is featured.  At this point only minor modifications are required. This limited run is being produced for a group of retired and current serving members of the Canadian Forces (CF).

Future runs will include the MC-9, appropriately nicknamed "The Pickle".