Illustrated History for KPW483E


Chassis: FLF6G 236072 Body: ECW 16144 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LX Configuration: H38/32F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 11/2019

Last updated : November 23rd 2019 (brought up-to-date)

by 9/2019 - current
Christian Walther, Verden, Germany
by 12/2016 - ?/2019 Fahrradhof Metjendorf, Wiefelstede, Germany. Converted for use as a bicycle shop
by 8/1993 - ?/201? Bremen Airport Authority, Bremen, Germany 7438. Refurbished with rear offside entrance, roof height lowered to 4 metres and chassis modifications including an engine brake. Type-approved for passenger carrying in Germany. Interior restored with original E.C.W. moquette and leather. Registered HB-RE-183 locally. Still there, 6/2015
8/1992 - ?/1993 Ireland, Hull (dealer)
?/1992 - 8/1992 Angus Transport Group (for further preservation)
5/1990 - ?/1992 Joy, Brechin (for preservation)
5/1983 - 5/1990 Sterling, Tillicoultry (non-PCV)
9/1982 - 5/1983 Kinross Plant & Construction Company Ltd., Kinross (contractor)
8/1982 - 9/1982 Muir, Kirkaldy (dealer)
10/1973 - 8/1982 Scottish Omnibuses Ltd. (Eastern Scottish) AA982
2/1967 - 10/1973 Eastern Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. FLF483
KPW483E in 2017
Photo : Fahrradhof Metjendorf
KPW483E in 1993

Photo : Carl Ireland

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KPW483E in 1982
Photo : Maljoe
KPW483E with Eastern Scottish

Photo : Stephen Dowle

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