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Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin postcode, destination postcode and time of acceptance and will depend on postage service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. This item will be posted through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder.
By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agreed to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. The release of our new casting captures the excitement that surrounded the vehicle as it entered service with London Transport. Reading Buses was one of the few operators outside London to buy Titans, and applied their stylish livery to good effect on them. Operating from Bow bus garage this East London Buses Titan, registered NUW 564Y fleet number T564 carries attractive adverts promoting route 277 to Canary Wharf via various other East End landmarks, and should prove very popular with the collectors of our newer buses. Designed closely in conjunction with Cambridgeshire Constabulary's Traffic Department, this ex-London Transport Titan is used as a mobile Police Headquarters as depicted on the HQ garage plates. All the Leyland Titans operated by Metroline were branded for their Contract Services fleet. Continuing to build our Blackburn Transport fleet their two tone green and cream colours look very attractive on the two door Leyland Titan. Go Whippet livery, registration number A635THV can be seen operating a route to Cambridge (28810, illustrated).
In the more standard livery fleet number 74 complements our last Titan from this popular fleet. The striking livery of Scotland's West Coast Motors look fantastic on this ex London Transport Leyland Titan. We have chosen to feature one of London's many night routes on our standard release Titan, a novel variation not featured by us before. Complementing our standard model, this year's Showbus model is our two door Leyland Titan, operated by Stagecoach East London. Even though it is a very popular bus company few, if any models have been made to feature the Bexleybus livery. London Northern Buses fleet number T567, registered NUW567Y, operates route 17 to Muswell hill, this bus is one of many to be seen at London Transport's Acton Depot.
The release of an Oxford bus is always popular and this Titan which is now preserved shows the livery well.
Now part of The Go Ahead Group this Essex based Company operated service and restored a€?Heritagea€™ vehicles alike. The first release of the single door configuration features the livery of Glenvale Transport Limited or GTL, a Liverpool operator. This ex London Transport Leyland Titan registered KYV 385X was converted for one door operation for Merseybus.
Converted to single door operation for Nottingham City Transport our ex London Transport Titan operates route 19 to Rise Park. The complex livery of Stagecoach suit the square lines of this East London Based single door Leyland Titan.
This model in the new five digit model series was produced with several different adverts for different events. RT4050 is seen here in the London Country livery which graced many RT's at the beginning of the company's life.


December 1991 model of RT858 produced for Austrian Airlines and subsequently for Bromley Pageant and Cobham Bus Museum. RT4331, released April 1990 as part of a gift set and with several different ads as individual model variants.
August 1991 release of Dundee Corporation 211, model 10113A was never released as it featured incorrect black on white destination blinds. This model featured ex London Transport RT3232 back in service on route 62 to Marks Gate, now in the distinctive Ensignbus livery. Allsorts commissioned this blank model of country area RT3148 in LT colours and subsequently released it with at least ten variations of blinds and ads. In its unique livery of the late 'sixties, NLE859, fleet number RT3752, is on route 310 to Hertford Bus Station.
We are regularly asked why we have not produced a standard release RT in green London Transport livery.
In response to many recent requests for a RT in London Transport's country livery, is fleet number RT1023.
Overlooked for sixteen years, is the first general release in our range of a Green Line RT, registered KYY953, fleet number RT3224 from London Road garage, Romford works route 722 to London (Aldgate). One of Exclusive First Editions earliest releases, this pioneering model brought new levels of detail to the die cast collector's market. In a special livery celebrating the 1953 Coronation this vehicle, fleet number 33, proudly proclaims "LONG LIVE THE QUEEN".
This certificated Anniversary model has been produced to commemorate 60 years of the RT and the 10th anniversary of Exclusive First Editions. The first example of the new RT casting was released at SHOWBUS in 2008 as central area RT469.
The second release of our newly revised RT3 casting features RT604, registration number HLX421. To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the last day of the RT bus in service for London Transport. Fitted with the original olive green and yellow Destination blinds, operating route 722 to Upminster (Corbets Tey).
Model of RT3254 commissioned by James Stirling (Allsorts) for the RT 1 Group to mark the 50th Anniversary of the RT.
Model of RT3254 commissioned by James Stirling (Allsorts) for the RT1 Group to mark the 50th Anniversary of the RT.
Model of RT1044 produced for, and only available from Beatties Model Shops in November 1989.
Promotional model of RT3254 produced for Lofthouse, and available via a Fisherman's Friend on pack offer in October 1989.
It was seen as what we would now call 'politically correct' for London to be using Leyland as well as AEC products, especially in the important export market. 25 bus carries a Vernons Football Pools advertising panel on one side and Daily Express on the other. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Registered THX 401S, fleet number T1 displays garage plates RD 7 and is on route 165 to Havering Park, Hunters Grove. Fleet number 73, registered RMO 73Y is operating route 25 to Ford's Farm and carries environmental adverts promoting bus travel. Registration number THX 401S, fleet number T1 (the first Titan) operates route 86 to Stratford.


Fleet number 2385 works route 217 to Halewood via many well known destinations in and around Liverpool.
Registration number CUL 119V, fleet number 61, this bus will make a fine addition to our other vehicles in this livery. On route 483 to Crawley and Northgate, it carries period adverts for Birdseye Walls frozen foods. As this bus was redecorated before the NBC takeover, it carries the London Country "Flying Polo" logo on its offside and makes an attractive addition to the fleet.
RT1084, registered JXN112 is operating route 339 to Warley and carries adverts for Mann's Beer, Fishpools, News of the World, Aspirin and India Tyres.
Registered JXN61 working route 396 to Bishops Stortford, the model carries EP4 garage identification and has adverts for Mac's No1 beer and Technics Hi Fi.
Carrying adverts for Coleman's Mustard on its sides, it is depicted on the Seafront Service to Caister.
An attractive and unusual addition to the fleet, which although not totally authentic adds variety and interest to this fleet. The model features traffic indicators to the body sides, improvements to the chassis and body casting and a new radiator. London Transport's RT202, registered HLW189 works route 38A to Victoria Station and carries adverts for Fremlins Ales and Typhoo Tea. This London Country bus complete with the a€?flying poloa€? logo operates route 403 to Chelsham. RT 624 registered JCX 432 was one of the last RTa€™s operating route 62 back into Barking Garage, with a garage running number of BK 228 and a unique combination of adverts. Early Greenline RT3256, registered LLU615 carried the distinctive raised a€?Bulls Eyea€? logoa€™s. These were available at an event held at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden on the 6th August 1989. We need styles that are quick and easy to maintain without having to wake up at the break of dawn every morning to get it right. Therefore, when the post-war standard bus for London was proposed, a Leyland powered version was essential. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Working route 101 to North Woolwich Free Ferry the model features the early use of the near side destination blind, and the Wayfarer ticket machine. Registered KXW179, RT3070 was one of four RT's that toured Europe advertising the Festival of Britain.
Still fitted at this time with the rear hub covers, it displays in the lower deck front window the special Coronation destination notice for Marylebone Road. Fitted with GB plates which remained with them for life, these buses operated the circular tour of London in 1951.
To the eye, they looked identical to the RTs except for modifications that included a Leyland radiator, slightly different front chassis and foot of the cab front.



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