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New models go on show at Earls Court

31st August 1985, Page 15
31st August 1985
Page 15
Page 15, 31st August 1985 — New models go on show at Earls Court
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AT LEAST 18 new bus or coach models are expected to be on show for the first time at the Commercial Motor sponsored International Bus and Coach Exhibition at Earls Court on September 11-14.

Leyland Bus, Daf, Hestair Duple, LAG, Scania, Volvo and Salvador Cactano will all be there. The Albion Equipment Company will be represented under its new name, Alternative Chassis Engineering. Hestair Duple is launching a completely new range of body on chassis products to complement its 42S integral model. The Blackpool coachbuilder claims that its new range will offer a number of features "never before offered on a coach".

Leyland Bus is expected to reveal at least three new models for a number of roles. Scania will present its first British specification K92CR coach. Innovative vehicles likely to be particularly relevant to the age of deregulated bus services are expected from LAG, Iveco, Caetano, 1)ormobile and Leyland.

Exciting new coach body variations from Van Hool, Jonckheere, LAG and Caetano on differing chassis combinations will add to the interest.

There will be more than 100 exhibits from specialist component manufacturers and companies in the industry.


Organisations: Earls Court

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