From ACT Bus Fleetwiki
|Chassis||Leyland Tiger OPS2/1|
|Removed from Service||15 August 1974|
|Desto Equipment||Roller blind|
MO 2632 was a Leyland Tiger OPS2/1
- This bus was one of twelve hired from the Public Transport Commission of NSW at the time of the 1974 vehicle shortage. During their stay in Canberra they carried NSW metropolitan series 'MO' plates which matched their PTC fleet numbers. All 12 vehicles were new to the then NSW Department of Government Transport in 1952.
- It has also been owned by Hardcastle and Forrester, Barraba NSW (MO 7588)
- From October 1978 until May 2013 it was used as a motorhome in Inverell, NSW (although in storage from the late 1980s)
- As of May 2013, it was owned by the Dale Family, Mullumbimby NSW.