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Rubber Mounting Bushes –
Leyland 600 Engine for PD2s, PS2s (and maybe PD3s)
An initiative we
(Sydney Bus Museum) are urgently pursuing is the
production of rubber mounting bushes for the Leyland
600 engine in PD2s, PS2s and maybe PD3s, I’m not
We have 6
such buses, one being re-engined right now and it
needs 16 such bushes per bus (4 mounting struts, two
ends each, two bushes per end). Each end takes 2
dissimilar size bushes.
We’ve had a quote of about $1600 for the mould
tooling and a price of about $10 each for the rubber
The number we order is dependent on what interest
there is from elsewhere in the world in taking some
bushes for future use. We would only do one
production run, as the price drops greatly for large
I wonder could you try to establish what demand
there might be from your owners?
We suggest a putative price of about $16 per bush
plus 10% GST and shipping.
found a decent price for shipping from UPS who will
take 20 kg from Aust to UK, door to door for $176.
unit cost could drop if we were to order a few
hundred bushes. Our buses alone will eventually need
total 128 pieces, as the rubbers now are nearing 30
or 40 years of age, and are collapsing.
David @ Sydney Bus Museum -
[Inserted 16 August 2017]
Leyland Badger Truck
(Australia) - Parts Required
Back in February we posted that this 1934 Badger TA
was going to auction in Australia. It was bought by
John Rethus of Westvic Spares 1 Middleton Ave, Nhill
VIC 3418, Australia. He is chasing a gearbox, bonnet
side panels and spare wheel rim plus parts and
Any help or information please message John through
Westvic Spares on Facebook or
[Inserted 15 August 2017]
Working Scottish Trucks.
Scottish Trucks is
a photographic book bringing together 262 images of
commercial vehicles spotted across some of the most
scenic parts of Scotland. The beautiful landscapes
offer a fantastic backdrop to the large range of
haulage companies based in this rural, rugged and
often difficult area. With just one picture per
page, this book reproduces Ian Lawson’s perfectly
captured shots to maximum effect.
Full publication details can be found at
Leyland Society members
at the discounted price of
£15.95 (20% off)
[Inserted 10 July 2017]
Leyland Cub owners.
F J Payne & Son Ltd. Oakfield Industrial Estate,
Eynsham, Witney, Oxfordshire. OX29 4AW. Tel: 01865
882299 have been commissioned to refurbish a Leyland
Cub engine, believed to be an E113 or E117 Light Six
and are offering Cub owners the opportunity to join
them in getting sets of crankshaft bearings made.
Obviously the more sets commissioned the more cost
effective it will become.
In the first
instance speak to Mr Tim Payne.
[Inserted 17 May 2017]
Fuel Tank strap rubber
A Society member has had
a quantity of fuel tank strap rubber manufactured to
the attached specification. (publish drawing) Sold
in nominal 1 meter lengths, 2 lengths for £10.00 inc
p&p in UK
For bespoke lengths and
quantities please enquire on line -
[Inserted 24 March 2017]
The price for it
is £150-00, cash on collection. I can remove it from
the old trailer if required or the purchaser can
have the lot.
It is located near Sudbury in Suffolk.
My details are
Colin Brown Email
[Inserted 18 February 2017]
Leyland Badger Truck
(Australia) - For sale by Auction
Badger truck 1934 TA series driveable.
It was driven into the shed about
8 years ago and has been run sporadically since,
last time about 3 years ago. I will get her going
for the auction.
The water pump leaks ,the
transmission is pretty noisy, and the engine needs a
good tune, possibly a carburettor rebuild, but
otherwise seems OK.
Other items included stationary engines, engines,
vintage cylinder mowers, etc,
click here for
[Inserted 07 February 2017]
Reproduced 1950`s / 60`s tilling
moquette, limited amount, selling fast, £600 per
roll sold in full rolls only (20 metres by 1.5
meters (30sq.m), Located in Shipley West Yorkshire,
Contact Keith Renshaw -
firstname.lastname@example.org 01274 592702
[Inserted 21 January 2017]
I am a Leyland Society member,
and also an author with a series of books which
includes the Thames Valley, Newbury & District and
South Midland companies, all big users of Leyland
buses and coaches.
If you could add a link with
that message it would be appreciated. The site is
[Inserted 10 January 2017]
Station 85th Anniversary Coach Festival
10-12 March 2017
In March 2017, Victoria Coach Station will be
celebrating its 85th birthday with a
three-day Coach Festival from 10th to 12th
March. Featuring vehicles from every decade since
the grand opening on 10th March 1932, the
Festival will showcase coaches, artefacts and
presentations on the history of coach travel in
Britain. There will be stalls from current
operators, as well as a number of competitions
raising money for Transport for London’s chosen
charity: The Transport Benevolent Fund. The most
modern coaches will also be on display and available
for inspection and boarding, alongside preserved
vehicles dating from the late 1920s to the 1990s.
coach station, originally conceived, constructed and
operated by a consortium of coach operators coming
together under the banner of London Coastal Coaches
Ltd, is now owned and operated by Transport for
London. TfL are keen to celebrate the history of the
coach station and also to demonstrate the continuing
development of the facilities within the coach
station to meet the needs of the much larger and
complex vehicles now using VCS and the people who
travel within them. The imposing 1930s’ Art Deco
building on the corner of Buckingham Palace Road and
Elizabeth Street is still at the heart of the
operation providing the main passenger entrance with
areas containing public facilities for enquiries and
booking, seated waiting areas and a range of cafes,
shops and snack bars. This building and the canopy
behind covering a significant part of the coach
departure area are Grade 2 listed by Historic
TV&GWOT are assisting TfL in organising the event by
encouraging the owners of preserved coaches to bring
their vehicles to this iconic and nostalgic setting
to celebrate its 85th Anniversary.
Whether your coach was originally operated by one of
the principal express coach companies or possibly
‘on-hire’ to one of these companies at peak holiday
weekends, please download and complete an entry
form available from
www.tvagwot.org.uk . Forms may be submitted to
TV&GWOT by post or email to the addresses given on
Vehicles on display will be parked in Lanes 1-4
which are at the eastern end of the coach departure
area and nearest to the main passenger entrance and
facilities. The display area will be cordoned off
from the operational area to allow free circulation
of the public around the preserved coaches.
[Inserted 23 December 2016]
Wanted - Engine
A block or short engine for a 27.3hp 6 cylinder side valve engine
(used or restorable) for a Cub Fire Engine.
Mr Paul Craggs, 31 Logan Road, Walls End, Newcastle on Tyne NE6 4SY.
Please telephone 0191 262 7894 to discuss.
[Inserted 23 November 2016]
it worked out of Shefford
Road (off) Miller Street by the B’ham Corporation
it is/was a six wheeler
with waist line stripes of dark blue,light blue,and
and double jib on it’s
I worked for PJ’s and
still have their Austin Minor R-R Jaguar parts van
still in it’s original livery.
I used to be a member of
the Leyland Society,
but sadly had a stroke
and had to curtail my expenses due to no money
coming in at the time,
my van still proudly
displays your sticker.
If the “Big’Un” still
survives it would be nice to see them together
phone number: 0121-422-1334
[Inserted 06 September 2016]