Sydney's surprise order for 127 Bustech VST bodied Scanias, followed by twenty on Volvo B7RLE and another 27 of the shorter VST on Scania at the expense of its traditional supplier, Custom Coaches, probably brought about the insolvency of the then Alexander Dennis owned company. The box like appearance of the VST body on the Scania K280UB chassis, as seen here on 2596 (2596ST) on route to Canterbury in April 2014, is a sharp contrast to the curvaceous Custom CB80.
Bustech VST bodied Scania K280UB 2643 (2643ST) is seen on a beautiful Spring day in November 2016 headed for McMahons Point on the 265.
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Early evening in May 2018 an unidentified Scania finishes in the city off the 202 having just come off the Cahill Expressway. The sails of the Opera House can be seen behind as the sun sets, which is around 1730h at that time of year.
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An early view of the new Bustechs, with this shot of 2598 (2598ST) in November 2014, approaching the city on the 428. Besides their boxy shape the buses stood out as the first to use the white LED destination signs.
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Seen earlier on teh same day was 2615 (2615ST) on the 412 city bound by the Town Hall.
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