An Alexander Dash-bodied Dennis Dart with a V shaped windscreen.
|Manufacturer||Walter Alexander Coachbuilders|
|Body and chassis|
|Floor type||Step entrance|
The Alexander Dash is a midibus body built by Walter Alexander Coachbuilders of Scotland from 1991 to 1997. It was one of the variants of Alexander's AM-type body and was usually combined with the Dennis Dart and Volvo B6 step-entrance bus chassis.
The body was mainly built for the UK bus market, although one example with a Volvo B6 chassis and air-conditioning was shipped to Hong Kong as a demonstrator. This bus was later acquired by Citybus.
Many UK operators had used these buses for interurban and rural services rather than metropolitan or inner-urban service, due to its high-floor, high capacity nature.
It was superseded by the low-floor Alexander ALX200 model.
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Alexander Dash bodied Dennis Dart with a V shaped windscreen with Emsworth & District at 2009 Cobham bus rally.
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