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Cedar Coaches Dennis Dragon
Contrasting again, but this time in terms of capacity, is G652FVX, a 1989 Dennis Dragon with Duple Metsec bodywork also at the 2002 SHOWBUS. Cedar Coaches has always had large capacity doubledeckers in its fleet for school work, but ex Hong Kong triaxle doubledecks provide the ultimate in capacity for school contract work. The yellow livery reflects its school role.
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Edinburgh Corporation Olympian
Edinburgh Olympians are proving popular secondhand purchases on the school bus circuit. Former 707 (A707YFS) is seen at EFE SHOWBUS International 2001 in the recent care of Cedars of Bedford, where it appears to have acquired fleet number 1.
 
Edinburgh Corporation Olympian
A707YFS appeared again in 2002 where it joined the line up of Scottish vehicles.
 
Cedar & Eastbourne Lions
One or two people may have been wondering what Cedar Coaches ex-Scottish decker was doing parked up with two Eastbourne buses: the vintage Lion and an Ikarus bodied coach. Ever mindful of photo opportunities, the late entry of the Cedar exhibit enabled us to pull off Leyland Lions from different generations to pose side by side.
 
Cedar & Eastbourne Lions
The beautifully preserved Lion won the Doyen singledeck award at SHOWBUS.
 

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