Devonport Motor Show 2019

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Devonport Motor Show 2019

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Unfortunately, a few of the attendees lined up to join the Society coaches were unable to attend. One that did join us, attracted most
of the attention :lol: :lol: Dennis Maxwell's 1957 Ansair Flxible Clipper "Fiery Lady". Dennis was on hand, to supervise "TOURS" of his coach
throughout the day. Here are some pics of the day, courtesy Jeoff Young from the Tasmanian Bus & Coach Society

TBCS #38 - 1989 Scania K113CR / NCBC - Immaculately repainted courtesy Hazell Bros
TBCS #38 - 1989 Scania K113CR / NCBC - Immaculately repainted courtesy Hazell Bros
TBCS #32 - 1978 Volvo B58 / PMC (Tassie Bluebird) generously donated by Wells Waggons
TBCS #32 - 1978 Volvo B58 / PMC (Tassie Bluebird) generously donated by Wells Waggons
Dennis Maxwell's 1957 Ansair Flxible Clipper "Fiery Lady' - AF122
Dennis Maxwell's 1957 Ansair Flxible Clipper "Fiery Lady' - AF122
Show goers line up to "tour" Dennis' Clipper throughout the day
Show goers line up to "tour" Dennis' Clipper throughout the day
Bird's Eye view looking down on TBCS #32 and AF 122
Bird's Eye view looking down on TBCS #32 and AF 122
The TBCS wish to thank our major sponsors including Hazell Bros & Spectrum Paints.
The TBCS wish to thank our major sponsors including Hazell Bros & Spectrum Paints.
C'mon in, don't wait outside. The line-ups continued outside "Fiery Lady" Flxible Clipper
C'mon in, don't wait outside. The line-ups continued outside "Fiery Lady" Flxible Clipper
Tassie Bluebird spent it's whole working life on the NW Coast, firstly with Smiths Travel, then Medwins Coaches <br />and finally Wells Waggons, before being donated to the Tasmanian Bus &amp; Coach Society for preservation.
Tassie Bluebird spent it's whole working life on the NW Coast, firstly with Smiths Travel, then Medwins Coaches
and finally Wells Waggons, before being donated to the Tasmanian Bus & Coach Society for preservation.
TBCS members were on hand to answer any questions about the Society's goals and objectives.
TBCS members were on hand to answer any questions about the Society's goals and objectives.
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