Bus & Coach Album 2

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A bus or coach is usually referred to as a Bedford, a Dennis, an AEC or whatever, but in most cases only a badge, or perhaps a radiator grille, identifies it externally in that way; that is the chassis and/or engine manufacturer. The largest part of what you see is the bodywork, and that has usually been made by another firm. Experts can (mostly) tell at a glance who made the body, but to others it is a mystery. The two Auto Review Bus & Coach Albums look at PSVs (now called PCVs) from the point of view of the coachbuilder. Auto Review 165 covers coachbuilding companies based in England. This volume describes firms based in Scotland, Ireland (north and south, because some companies predate partition) and Wales, plus some bus and coach operators who built their own bodies, chassis or complete buses. Also described here are buses built by the railway companies (mainly pre-grouping) and a small selection of firms which converted van bodies or commercial vehicle chassis to produce minibuses and midibuses.
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Stock Code MH172.0
Author Ward R
ISBN13 9781854821720
Format Softback
Height(mm) 210
Width(mm) 148
Page Count 32
Publication Date 1 Sep 2021
Publication Status Available
Record last updated 10/09/2021