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Alexander ALX300
also called ALX300

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  1. a full size single-decker bus body built by Alexander at Falkirk, Scotland, United Kingdom, which was first built in 1997

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  2. later known as the TransBus ALX300 and the Alexander Dennis ALX300

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  3. one of the ALX-series bodywork, which accounted for 5 different models (100/200/300/400/500), built for new generation (mainly low-floor) bus chassis produced since late 1990s

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  4. could be mounted on the MAN 18.220, DAF SB220 or Volvo B10BLE chassis

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  5. shares its appearance with the ALX200 midibus, ALX400 2-axle double decker body and the ALX500 3-axle double decker body and belongs to the same family as the ALX100 minibus

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