Motor Body Specialists

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Motor Body Specialists
Industry Bus manufacturing
Founded 1964
Headquarters Eagle Farm, Australia

Motor Body Specialists was an Australian bus bodybuilder in Eagle Farm, Brisbane.


Motor Body Specialists commenced operations in 1964 bodying Bedford and Leyland.[1] In January 1965, it signed a deal to distribute Commonwealth Engineering bodied buses in Queensland and northern New South Wales.[2]

By the mid-1980s the operation had been renamed Rogers and it was concentrating on bodying Isuzu and later Hino chassis.[3] By 1990 341 chassis has been bodied.[3]


  1. ^ Travers, Greg (1979). The Australian Private Bus. Sydney: Historic Commercial Vehicle association. p. 69. ISBN 0 959601 61 9. 
  2. ^ Dunn, John (2008). Comeng: A history of Commonwealth Engineering: Volume 2: 1955-1966. Rosenberg Publishing. p. 315. ISBN 1877058734. 
  3. ^ a b "Motor Body Specialists" Australian Bus Panorama issue 5/5 March 1990 page 22

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