Centurion Transport Engineering

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Centurion Transport Engineering
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Centurion Transport Engineering was an Australian bus bodybuilder in Upfield, Melbourne.


Centurion Transport Engineering originally built specialist bodies for transport disabled passengers. In 1980 it began bodying route buses. Originally based in Sunshine it later relocated to Upfield. It bodied over 400 buses including many for the Australian Defence Forces[1] and 4x4 Unimogs for AAT Kings.[2] Centurion ceased operations in 1990.[3]


  1. ^ "Victorian Buses in the Eighties" Australian Bus Panorama 6/1 July 1990 page 12
  2. ^ King, Bill (2013). King of the Outback: Tales from an off-road adventurer. Allen & Unwin. ISBN 978 17433 11790.
  3. ^ "Centurion quits bus building" Fleetline September 1990 page 143

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