This brand new Mercedes O500RF with Coach Concepts body belongs to Dysons, the APT franchisee in Melbourne where the coach is seen in August 2008. Its fleet number with Dysons was 407 and it lost its South Australia registration SB05BM in favour of Victorian plate 7407AO and its APT livery in favour of Dyson's Cobb subsidiary.
At Melbourne Tullamarine Airport on a nice sunny day in August 2008 is Dysons Mercedes O500RF, 295 (5976AO) with Coach Design bodywork.
Also in Melbourne in April 2012 was Dysons identical coach, 353 (4318AO). The 2006 motor went on to carry Cobbs livery and, briefly, that for the failed Suitjet executive commuter service.
In New Zealand Johnston's Coachlines are the APT fanchise operator. Like many of their fleet, this Volvo B12 has a registration in the JCL series, in this case JCL38 seen in Auckland in April 2005.
Auckland three years later and Johntson's JCL31 is at work for APT in Auckland. Subtle styling differences can be seen between it and JCL38. Whilst JCL38 dates from 2001, JCL31 is from the previous year.