We have obtained a number of second-hand superseded Trux models.  There is only one of each, and just a few are shown here.   Click on a photo to enlarge it.  All are in original packaging, in as new condition.   Click on "Rare Trux Models" to see them all.


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Browse our impressive Trux range of models mostly unavailable elsewhere.


TX1B Daimler Frog "WYNYARD"

Route 175   Daimler CV single decker 'Frog"

$120.00

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TX1C Daimler Frog "MANLY WHARF"

Route 136   Daimler CV single decker 'Frog"

$120.00

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TX2B Albion CX19 -

Modelling a post-war Albion-engined bus, it carries the engine side-cover, omitted from 1952 onwards in the faint hope of reducing overheating on steep hills in summer. Also visible is the broad black lining-out used in the immediate post-WWII period.

 The model represents the last Albion delivered to the NSW  DGT

m/o 2127  Rt 394  LA PEROUSE

 

$120.00

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TX2C Albion CX19 - Camouflage

Modelilng a pre-war Gardner-engined bus, the bus carries the engine side-cover, omitted on post war versions. Camouflaged livery was applied to this vehicle during war time.

 

m/o 1615  Rt 150

"Palm Beach"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX2D Albion CX19 -

Shows the standard appearance of  a Brookvale depot Albion of the 1950s - 1960s.  No engine side cover

 The original bus on which this is modelled resides in fully restored condition at the Glasgow Bus Museum not far from the former Albion Works in  South Street Scotstoun

m/o 1877  Rt 182

"Narrabeen"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX2E Albion CX19 -

Shows the standard appearance of  a Willoughby depot Albion of the 1950s - 1960s.  No engine side cover

 

m/o 1981  Rt 273

"Chatswood Station"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX3 MOTC Leyland Titan TD1

Metropolitian Omnibus Transport Company (MOTC) was the largest operator in Sydney during the late 1920s, this Leyland was introduced during that time for the Sydney Enfield route.

 

M/O 402  Rt 88

"Sydney"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX3B Fred Stewart Bus Company Leyland Titan TD1

As the precedcessor to the MOTC, the Fred Stewart Bus Company operated the Bondi Beach to Central Railway Station route via Bondi Junction. Beautifully detailed elegant model with maroon and cream with open rear staircase. Body was built by Leyalnd Motors UK.

 

M/O 554  Rt 160

"Bondi Beach North"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX3E Leyland TD1 - Camouflage

Model Condition: Very Good

Packaging Condition: Good

 

This model was sold out years ago, although other versions are still available. The original bus was the last of the nine originally imported by NSW private operators, then taken over by NSW DRTT. Believed to have passed to Rover Motors, Cessnock. Sadly no TD1s survive in preservation in Australia, and very few in UK.

 

M/O 1009   Rt 392

"Woolloomooloo"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX3F DRTT Leyland Titan TD1

This was the first new government bus that was built for the newly formed NSW Department of Road Transport and Tramways (DRTT). It was new in December 1933 with a Syd Wood 51 seat body, and it was based in Burwood Depot. Beautifully detailed with an enclosed rear staircase that differs from some other Leyland Titans.

 

M/O 1009  Rt 992

"Drummoyne"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX5B Newcastle Leyland OPD2

"Newcastlised" with cream roof, rubber desto surrounds, cream wheel trim

"SWANSEA" route 348

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX6 AEC Regent III

AEC Regent III  m/o 2347. In

 route 500

"RYDE"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX6B AEC Regent III

AEC Regent III  m/o 2272. In original packaging unmarked.

 route 316

"KINGS CROSS"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX6F Road Runner Tours AEC Regent III

This ex-government AEC Regent III double decker was operated by Road Runner Tours of Wangi NSW. This bus features the air-operated power front door. 

 

M/O 4763

"Morisset"

$60.00

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TX6G AEC Regent III Double Decker Second Hand

Model Condition: Very Good

Packaging not original but in fair condition

 

representing  m/o 1792 in the museum collection 

 Rt  433 Balmain

 

$75.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX6H PTC AEC Regent III ONLY ONE LEFT IN STOCK!

In the collection of Sydney Bus Museum, the full-size prototype of this bus model is amongst the last half-cab double-deckers built for Sydney in 1952.

These AEC Regent III double deckers were the most popular NSW chassis at that time. 

 

M/O 2643  Rt 396

"Maroubra Beach"

$99.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX6J Stradbroke Holiday Services AEC Regent III

EX-SYDNEY AEC Regent IIIs were converted for use as tourist buses along the Queensland Gold Coast picking up visitors to convey them to the ferry for Stradbroke Island, located off Brisbane's Moreton Bay. Some were still in usae in 1979, a service life of nearly 30 years.

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Delivery: over 10 working days1

Trux TX6K AEC Regent III fleet no.2619

AEC Regent chasses formed the majority of post WWII double deck bus building. Sydney accounted for 359 chassis imported.

Later production buses were fitted with an air-operated front door to improve loading time.

Destination WATSONS BAY route 324. Fleet number 2619

The model is based on one of the last half cab double deckers, built for NSW DGT in 1952.  Bus m/o 2691 is fully restored  and resides at Loftus: Sydney Tram Museum

$75.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
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TX7 Leyland Frog "BANKSTOWN"

Route 487   Leyland  single decker 'Frog"

fleet no 2627

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX7B Leyland Tiger OPS2 Frog

Leyland  single decker 'Frog" fleet no 2599 Iis preserved  in the collection of Sydney Bus Museum

Route 409  ROOKWOOD 

Rare 

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX7C Leyland OPS2 Frog

Route  40 "BELCONNEN" Leyland OPS2 single decker 'Frog"

LOANED TO ACT DURING A BUS SHORTAGE

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX7D Leyland OPS2 Frog "ROZELLE"

Route 129 operated by the Tempe Bus Company   using ex DGT Leyland  single decker  'Frog"

$75.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX7E Leyland OPS2 Frog "WARRINGAH MALL"

 single decker 'Frog" route 138

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX10 Eggins Comfort Coaches Leyland Atlantean

Former Ribble No. 1971 is a Leyland Atlantean imported to NSW from the English Midlands in 1976 by Kirklands. This was done to get around the huge new bus costs in Australia due to scarcity of chasses. These buses could be one-man operated, and were especially useful for country school runs.

 

M/O 5205  "Taree-Harrington"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX10B Joyces Leyland Atlantean

Kirklands of Lismore NSW imported many UK built second-hand Atlantean buses and sold some on the other operators such as Joyce's of Bellingen NSW. This former Ribble No. 1972 bus was used  between Urunga on the NSW North Coast and Bellingen.

 

M/o 4210  "Urunga - Bellingen"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX10C Kirklands Bus Leyland Atlantean

Kirlands Brothers pioneered in importing second-hand Atlantean buses from UK operators in the 1970s. During that time, their fleet of UK Atlantean grew up to 10, while some of the other imported buses were sold on. These buses were mostly used for school runs.

 

M/O 085  "Lismore"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX11B Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Leyland National

Leyland and the National Bus Company collaborated in a standard single deck bus in Britian from the 1970s. The Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board used them on one of their longest bus routes, from Warrandyte to Melbourne via Templestowe.

 

Rego: IAC.821  Rt 277

"Melbourne - Templestowe"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX11F Action Leyland National

Government bus services in Canberra commenced in 1926 where they operated four buses on different routes between Ainslie in the north and Eastlake in the south. By 1977, Canberra had a comprehensive metropolitan system and was re-branded ACTION (Australian Capital Territory Internal Omnibus Network). Seventy Leyland Nationals 10.9m buses arrived in Canberra in 1974 and 1975 to meet the demands of new routes and improved timetables.

 

Rego: ZIB.261  Rt 350

"Red Hill via Barton"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX11 Leyland National Surfside

 

 route 227

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX12 Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board Leyland Tiger TS8

Melbourne & Metropolian Tramways Board supplemented its tramway network with buses. This Leyland Tiger TS8 operated in Collingwood replacing the busy cable trams by 1940.

 

Rego:AT.119  "Collingwood"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX12B Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board Leyland Tiger TS8

Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board supplemented its tramway network with buses. This Leyland Tiger TS8 is depicted operateing to Port Melbourne replacing the busy cable trams by 1940.

 Fair condition. original carton but not original vacuum moulded insert

Rego:AT.117 ""Pot Melbourne"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX13 M & MTB Leyland TD5c double decker

CONDITION  AS NEW

Packaging very good

This is the only example of this model we have ever seen. The initial production run sold out almost instantly, and this model was obtained by the museum only recently.

Bodied by Cheetham and Borwick in Melbourne, the chassis was the standard Leyland Titan TD5, but with the optional torque converter transmission.

One example survives in preservation in NSW.

FLEET NO. 245

Destination CLIFTON HILL

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX14 Surfside Gold Coast buses Mercedes Benz Minibus

These minibuses were not very popular among Australian operators, as their operating costs were hardly better than a full-size bus, and staff cost was the same yet its usage was very limited. Toronto Bus Service near Newcastle was one of the companies that operated these buses.

 

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$75.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX14B Toronto Bus Service Mercedes Benz Minibus

These minibuses were not very popular among Australian operators, as their operating costs were hardly better than a full-size bus, and staff cost was the same yet its usage was very limited. Toronto Bus Service near Newcastle was one of the companies that operated these buses.

 

M/O 9615  "The Train"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX15C Ansett Airlines Flexible Clipper

Bodied by Ansair under licence to Flxible Inc. in USA.  

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX15D Ansair Flexible Cooks Hobart Clipper

Rare rare. Ansair bodied Flxible Clipper operated by Cooks Tours, Hobart

In very good condition in original packaging

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

TX16F Olympic East-West Denning Monocoach

This Olympic East West Express ran some very long distance services, such as Perth - Brisbane .  iThe model is in its stainless steel livery with contrasting red and blue livery.

 

Rego: BOQ.070  "Perth"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX16G Deluxe Coachlines Denning Monocoach

Deluxe Coachlines was one of the largest and most famous user of these Denning Monocoaches. And just like on the original long distance coaches, this model also features the blacked-out windows for the rest room located at the rear.

 

Rego: SAN.257  "Brisbane"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX16H Australian VIP Tours Denning Monocoach

Some  Denning Monocoaches were used by Australian VIP Tours for their tour services which linked most Australian capital cities. They commenced services in the early 1980s on the eastern seaboard. Following rapid expansion, VIP Express collapsed due to financial pressures in the late eighties.

 

Rego: 746.ONH "ON TOUR" 

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
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TX16J Aussie Express Denning Monocoach

This ‘Aussie Express’ Denning Monocoach coach, hailing from South Australia, features one of the more unusual, but distinctly Australian and colourful liveries.

 

Rego: RI.8306

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

Trux TX16L Denning Monocoach Stateliner

Stateliner coaches took in towns and sights often ignored by other major bus companies, traversing South Australia from Port Lincoln to the towns along the Riverland and from Ceduna in the west to Lake Alexandrina in the south-east.  But this latest Denning DenAir is bound for the urban hub of Australia's red centre: Alice Springs.

 

reg'd S.A SVH 213

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
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TX17 PTC Leyland Atlantean PDR1A/1

 

The newly-constituted Public Transport Commission of NSW ordered  400 of this rear-engined double decker but only 224 were delivered, partly due to union agitation against their use as one-man buses, but also because of their general mechanical unreliability.  nos 1003 and 1224 survive in operating order at Sydney Bus Museum.

Mandarin Blue and Riviera White colour scheme

 

fleet no. 1111

rte 372 Coogee Beach via Cleveland Street

$150.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX17B PTC AOA Leyland Atlantean - Buck Rogers

Some Atlanteans were sold on to private operators as school buses and tour buses.

Buck Rogers Night Tours Gold Coast was one such.

 

Blue/ black colours with white roof.

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
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TX17C Trux Sony Atlantean in AOA

In perfect condition.

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

TX17E PTC AOA Leyland Atlantean - Bankcard

Designed especially for the Public Transport Commission of NSW, these Atlanteans were unique to Sydney. This bus has one of the attractive all-over-advertisement - bankcard applied to it.

 

M/O 1155  Rt 330

"Bondi Junction via Double Bay via King Cross"

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX17F Ex-PTC Atlantean - Melbourne After Dark

Never particularly successful in their role of providing reliable public trasnport, as NSW Government buses, many Leyland PDR2 Atlanteans were sold on to private operators and were  popular as school buses and city excursion coaches.

Melbourne's APT After Dark bus was well known for taking its customers for a walk on the Wild Side!

Sydney Bus Museum has two PTC Atlanteans: nos. 1003 and 1224 both in full working order.

 

rego. VICTORIA  . BLS 556

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
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TX18 AEC Regent III Single Deck Burwood

The AEC Frogs were the result of hasty decisions by DGT planners and engineers. A quantity of Regent III Double Decker chasses was ordered from UK, but by the time they arrived, the need for large capacity deckers was waning and low capacity feeder buses were more needed. So the chasses had single deck bodies built on them. M/O 2578 at the bus museum is one surviving example.

 

M/O 2526   Rt 409

"Burwood"

$120.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
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TX23 IBC Mk 2 demonstrator in PACIFIC FAIR livery

Although this appears to be a Sydney MkIII Merc.,  PMC went on to build additional private bus bodies after the 550 MK II order for the PTC. One was built on an IBC chassis which has been specially modelled here by Trux. It was built as a demonstrator, then was operated by Gold Coast Citybus in all over advertising livery for Pacific Fair shopping Centre..

 "IBC" stood for "Ian and Barry Campbell" who tendered unsuccessfully for the supply of chasses to carry the Mark II Pressed Metal Corp body.

$60.00

  • 0.5 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 4-5 days1