BUS 262

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Bus 262
Chassis Leyland National
Depot ---
Entered Service ---
Removed from Service ---
Desto Equipment Roller Blind
VIN 10951/2R 01312
Body Leyland (UK)
Body Number ---
Body Date December 1974
Seating B39D
Fuel Diesel
Gallery Album Bus 262

Bus 262 was a Leyland National

Notes

  • Bus 262 carried special advertising liveries for Lennock, Kodak and Hodgkinson Real Estate. Photographs can be seen in our gallery.
  • After leaving ACTION it operated for Greenline Coaches, Morphett Vale SA (Fleet Number 23, Registration VGS 239) and the seating layout changed to B42D.
  • It then operated for Transit Regency SA (Fleet number 42, registration VGS 239)
  • It then operated for Barossa-Adelaide Bus Service, Nuriootpa SA (Fleet number L4, registration VGS 239)

All Over Advertising

  • Hodgkinson Real Estate - With its black colour scheme, the Union was concerned that the bus would get too hot and not be seen at night. The livery cost $10,000 for two years.[1]

Transfer History

Date From To Reason
1983-07-18 Woden

References

  1. trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/116447990