A unique vintage bus with great visual appeal allied to practical adaptability. The conversion was carried out specifically for promotions and sampling campaigns.
VINTAGE OPEN TOP SINGLE DECKER
Traditional slatted wood seats with detachable cushions can accommodate twenty around folding tables.
A bar with long worktop extends along the nearside with twin opening serving windows; an icemaker is incorporated, with refrigerator and sink with 20 gallon water capacity.
Built-in 4 kva Honda generator, 240v and 24v power points. Extra storage has been provided below deck and in the side lockers.
Dimensions: Length 8.23m/27'; Width 2.20m/7'6" Current livery: Cream with black wings and claret wheels.
The striped awning roof opens for fine weather, and the hood and screens allow for all-season use. The rear section of deck is raised to enable a band to play in view of the public outside.
Detachable advertising banners/boards to sides and rear. The front destination blind can be adapted to client's specification
LEYLAND ‘TIGER’: Vintage single decker bus. Converted by us at great expense for sampling "Southern Comfort" whiskey. Can be opened above the raised rear deck (this bus was originally used to carry Jazz bands at the National Jazz Festival ). A generator is discreetly built-in below the rear floor, and an icemaker, serving bar with sink has three opening servery windows to the near side. There are traditional slatted teak seats with detachable cushions, plus 2 matching demountable discussion tables. Beautifully finished in cream and maroon livery. NB: The asking price is inclusive of a new awning in client’s choice of colours. A uniquely attractive vehicle.