"Fares please"

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  1. dabhand

    dabhand Funster Life Member

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    Saw this recently, great use of an old bus

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  2. irnbru

    irnbru Funster Life Member

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    That's not half ancient looking :)
     
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    Should be reported ..... it's a cut & shut!:whistle:
     
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    Possibly a Leyland Cub from around 1936, I think it was called an observation saloon.
     
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  5. joncris

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    Gawd in the 60's I used to drive a similar bus for Leeds Corporation Transport. The crash gearbox was bleeding awful
     
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