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Here's an updated shot of FA9716 - one day after it has been repainted, and on it's way to Roger Burdett's site for final work including crests, fleet numbers and maybe adverts. It has had a lot of mechanical work done to it and does look very nice.
This Guy Arab III was owned by P. Stanbridge / Burton Arab Preservation Group. This bus was new to Burton Corporation in 1950 originally fitted with an R.J. Davis of Merthyr Tydfil double deck body, before being re bodied in 1960 with a Massey body, Fitted with a Gardener engine she was withdrawn from service in 1971. She then passed into the hands of a play bus group in Berkshire, then through 2 dealers Messers Jeff Lister and The London Bus Export Co, before finally being rescued for restoration in April 1999. It is best known as once being part of the Bass Museum of brewing
Photo taken by Ken Jones Gallery, Thursday 2 August 2018, A51 in Staffordshire (main photo)
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