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Fleet Lists wrote:It is also represented in the photo gallery at http://www.busaustralia.com/gallery/dis ... ?pos=-3131
I wrote:1932 was bought to do city route duties (Along with 1818 and 1885)
Andrew wrote:Does the pub still use the bus? Although it doesn't look in great nick, it still appears serviceable from the limited bits we can see in your recent picture...
Jakesta Tagg wrote:Mate, I really hope you can rescue it, does it still have the fan forced jets in the roof over the seats?
Ben O wrote:Probably more likely that Edwards do the maintainence for this vehicle.
Ben O wrote:The immaculate 1 door Mk 1 at Jeffrey Buses Armidale would make a more refreshing and interesting addition to the preservation scene.
tbc1983 wrote:I notice in the interior photo there appears to be air-con ducting with (Smith's?) nozzles, yet there is no air-con pod; was one originally fitted and then removed, or were the Mk1s like this??
Randommann wrote:tbc1983 wrote:I notice in the interior photo there appears to be air-con ducting with (Smith's?) nozzles, yet there is no air-con pod; was one originally fitted and then removed, or were the Mk1s like this??
From what I know, all Mark Is were built with a system called "Jet Air Ventilation", which forces air through those nozzles to the passengers (A bit like cooling fans in cars before air conditioning). It is sort of like air conditioning, but like an "older version" and just forces the air from outside of the bus. 1932 never had proper air conditioning.
The Man of Randomness.
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