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Plaxton Panorama Coach

The Plaxton Panorama Coach was a land mark design which changed British coach design, launched in 1959 it was the first luxury coach design to feature large side panoramic windows. The body was fitted to a range of manufacturers chassis' including the Leyland Leopard, AEC Reliance & Bedford VAL. The stylish design attracted orders and other coachbuilders soon adopted similar designs for their products. The original Plaxton Panorama I was updated in 1964 and continued in production in various forms until the 1970's when it was finally replaced by the Supreme range.

The model version of the Panorama I coach comes in two main forms, a three axle Bedford VAL or the standard two axle version, both variants feature poseable front wheels. The chrome bright work on the models is represented by silver finished plastic labels. Some releases have also been fitted with a roof mounted front destination box.

The model made it's OOC debut in late 2001, the two axle variant has so far been the most numerous version issued.

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