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chuboy
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Re: remember Bus Australia

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Wow, some really ugly buses in that collection!

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Re: remember Bus Australia

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great photos a reminder of the australian coach industry in its hey day when we had a decent coach industry.

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Re: remember Bus Australia

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Yes, I remember Bus Australia...
I even drove for them!
I loved driving the Bovas... they were a great drivers coach. Lots of power (360hp) & great handling.
The seats were a bit too hard for the passengers though.
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one of the best coach companies of the time.

I would love to see Trux do justice to this company with a Bus Australia liveried coach at some stage
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Re: remember Bus Australia

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The Inspector wrote:one of the best coach companies of the time.

I would love to see Trux do justice to this company with a Bus Australia liveried coach at some stage
It's also about time they did some Australian Pacific coaches, eg. Denning Monocoach or Denair & the Denning Landseer Double Decker, of which they had several.
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Re: remember Bus Australia

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The Inspector wrote:one of the best coach companies of the time.

I would love to see Trux do justice to this company with a Bus Australia liveried coach at some stage
I think if you post this as a seperate topic and then get some feedback then you might have enough replies to give Trux and they might go ahead.

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Re: remember Bus Australia

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Assorted Bus Australia Bova photos.
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