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Kenex Offer 12-seat Bus

18th April 1958, Page 48
18th April 1958
Page 48
Page 48, 18th April 1958 — Kenex Offer 12-seat Bus
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AVAILABLE on the Austin 152. Morris J2 and Thames 15-cwt. chassis, the Kenecoaeh, the

latest conversion offered by Kenex Coachwork, Ltd., 54-56 Castle Street, Dover, Kent, is stated to be the only bodywork of its type complying with the requirements of the amended Conditions of Fitness Regulations.

children. Specifications include tubular steel luxury seating with Latex foam upholstery, three windows on each side (the rear units having sliding sections), and embossed Kenite interior panel lining.

The seating plan provides for a seat next to the driver, two single seats on the near side and two double seats on the offside arranged laterally, and two doublefacing seats at the rear.

fixed rear step.

al4 The corrugated-steel floor is covered with linoleum, and a fixed step is provided at the rear. A wide range of external colour schemes is available, as well as a choice of upholstery colours.

Cost of the conversion is £348 5s. for the Austin and Morris chassis (for which hinged cab doors need to be fitted, and not the sliding type), and £340 for the Thames, making a total of £850 -in each case. Two-colour exterior finish schemes cost £5 extra.


Locations: Austin

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