Illustrated History for AFJ750T


Chassis: VRT/SL3/1831 Body: ECW 23420 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 7/2020

Last updated : July 29th 2020 (brought up-to-date)

7/2020 - current
David Jory & Laurence Mayhew, Torpoint (for preservation)
by 12/2010 - 7/2020
Montdis, Montbelliard, France. Moved to Bordeaux for use as static accommodation at Chateau Crieure Marquet, ?/2015
by 12/2007 - ?/2010
Carrefour, ?, Eastern France. Used as a promotional vehicle. Registered BB-173-JS locally
9/2005 - ?/2007
Mark Wilson (Recycled.co.uk), Monmouth (dealer). Exported to Brittany before sale fell through, 9/2005. Still there (for sale), 9/2007
c1/2005 - 9/2005 Simon Munden, Bristol (dealer)
2/2004 - ?/200? First Devon & Cornwall Ltd. 38750. Withdrawn 7/2004. Stored at undisclosed location, by 8/2004
3/1999 - 2/2004 First Western National Buses Ltd. 1148. Flambards overall advertising livery, by 1/99. Serious rear accident damage, 3/2001. Repaired, 4/2001. Repainted in another re-application of Flambards livery, 7/2001. Renumbered 38750, 1/2004
1/1983 - 3/1999 Western National Ltd. 1148. Allover advert for Flambards, ?/19??. Modified allover advert for Flambards, 4/1995
6/1979 - 1/1983 Western National Omnibus Company Ltd. 1148






AFJ750T in 2020
Photo : David Jory
AFJ750T around 2010
Photo : Google Earth

Photo : Elme Pesquer

Photo : Dave Root

Photo : Kelvin Amos

Photo : Kelvin Amos

Photo : Terry Stapley

AFJ750T in NBC green livery
Photo : John Law

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