Illustrated History for FNN158D

Chassis: FLF6G 231126 Body: ECW 15633 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LW Configuration: H38/32F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 6/2020

Last updated : July 3rd 2021 (brought up-to-date)

by 4/2020 - current
A Bus Named Sue, Homer, Alaska, U.S.A. Used as a mobile restaurant
by 10/2014 - ?/2020
Big Dipper Chipper, Homer, Alaska, U.S.A. Used as a mobile chip shop
by 8/2000 - ?/20??
Piccadilly Double Deck Diner, San Diego, California, U.S.A. Kept at KOA RV storage compound, by 8/2000. Still there, 7/2007
6/1982 - ?/????
A.P.T., Lincoln (dealer)
7/1976 - 6/1982
East Midland Motor Services Ltd. 456. Withdrawn ?/1981
6/1966 - 7/1976
Mansfield District Traction Company Ltd. 656. Renumbered B656, ??/1972. Renumbered B456, ??/1975

FNN158D in 2020
Photo : A Bus Named Sue
FNN158D in 2016
Photo : courtesy Mark Allin
FNN158D in 2005
Photo : Bob Martin
FNN158D in NBC green livery
Photo : Clive Brown
FNN158D in 1967
Photo : Berisford Jones

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