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Alexander ALX400
also called ALX400

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  1. a 2-axle double-decker bus body built by Walter Alexander Coachbuilders (later by TransBus International/Alexander Dennis)

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  2. later known as the TransBus ALX400 and the Alexander Dennis ALX400

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  3. one of the ALX-series bodywork, all except ALX100 feature the same designs on the front and rear panels, built for new generation (mainly low-floor) bus chassis produced since late 1990s

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  4. Released in 1997, it replaced the aging R-series bodies and was fitted to numerous chassis, including the Dennis/TransBus Trident, the DAF/VDL DB250LF and the Volvo B7TL

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  5. proved a big success with national operators

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