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Sugar Valley Hino RG197K P&D 6
A visit to the Edgeworth premises of Sugar Valley Coaches in August 2004 included a picture of this trio of typical fleet members. Nearest the camera is 6 (MO5442) a P&D bodied Hino RG197K. In the middle is a PMCA 160 Bodied Volvo B10M 18 (MO631), formerly 23 (MO777) in the parent Toronto fleet. Tagged on the end is 11 (MO888) another P&D bodied Hino, this time a seven years younger RG230 of 1998.
Sugar Valley Hino RG230 P&D 9
Sister vehicle to 11 is 9 (MO4772) bought the following year.
Sugar Valley Hino CM277K PMCA
More Hinos, this time with the PMCS 160 bodies: 2 (MO3521) and 4 (MO959). The latter, with the prominent Hino badge, was new to Shorelink.
Sugar Valley MAN 16.240 PMC 15
A PMC body of a different style adorns this earlier (1987) MAN 16.240, 15 (MO7569), which had been 30 with Toronto.
Sugar Valley MAN 12.180 Designline 12
The other MAN in the fleet was this 12.180 model new in 1993. The bus is unusual in Australia for having New Zealand Designline coachwork. Number 12 (MO729) was disposed of to sister company, Morisset.
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