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Because I'm no good with cars what so ever, and I bet a good few bus people are exactly the same, I'll start off guess the bus game if that's ok with everyone!

Should be relatively easy:

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a Double Decker



what do I win? Mr. Green
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QuickSilver wrote:
a Double Decker

Wrong!
I had a few ideas, but light layout on the front doesn't look very familiar.
Guessing now, but Leyland Olympian w/ Alexander RL body?
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it's not wrong, he said guess the bus.

I guessed a Double Decker and it is......lol
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Quick question; just the bodywork or what? Because from the sneaky pics that people will post that are cropped just to see a little bit, the chassis is going to be almost impossible to get right without going through all of them for most.

Anyway, not entirely sure of the bodywork but I'm going to take a stab in teh dark for the chassis, whether it counts or not... Leyland Atlantean?
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LOL!!!

I was wondering when this thread would come!

Let teh bus spotters loose in our own version of "guess the car" but with buses as the intended content Very Happy!
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evo wrote:
Leyland Olympian w/ Alexander RL body?
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I can not press my hand to my forehead hard enough to express my disappoint.

No, just no.
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Show me the wheels, thats how I distinguish chassis.

Is it a scania N113DRB, on Alexander RL body work, owned by Stotts Oldham
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EA711 wrote:
Show me the wheels, thats how I distinguish chassis.

Is it a scania N113DRB, on Alexander RL body work, owned by Stotts Oldham


RH, but otherwise correct. Your turn! Smile

Bodywork and Chassis please guys. Makes it all the trickier Twisted Evil
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I am too good at these guess the vehicle games. Razz

Heres one for you:



Its gonna be like the guess the car game: no posts because nobody knows what it is.
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Im guessing some sort of optare body. Not sure which, but probably with either DAF or MAN chassis

EDIT: A Spectra?
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Nope not a spectra - that would have been to easy.
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Its a Dennis Lance/Optare Sigma, L477 CFT owned by Tyneside Travel

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