|East Lancs E Type|
East Lancs E Type on Scania N113DRB chassis
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The East Lancs E Type is a type of double-deck bus body built on different chassis by East Lancashire Coachbuilders.
Types bodied include the following:
The E Type bears a strong visual resemblance to the Alexander R Type. East Lancs first built bodies resembling the R Type in 1984, which were almost identical in appearance to the Alexander product. Later examples had more East Lancs styling elements, making identification easier.
The E Type was superseded by the Cityzen on Scania chassis around 1996 and the Pyoneer on other chassis around 1997.
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