On 10/08/2017 9:37 AM,transitclassics@... [TramsDownUnder] wrote:
> In fact, the Butterbox was the car that most suited the one man conversion, it looked like it was built that way, was truly a nice job.
It would be interesting to know who came up with the design - it's not the 'standard design' that D&F were selling to MTT Adelaide, and to P&MTT and HTT in Melbourne at that time.
A couple of bodies survive, one with the TMSV and one in a private collection.
This pic is affected by a bit of camera shake, but it does show No 9 - the car in the TMSV collection.
Mal Rowe - who agrees that they are a good looking tram