|The model -
first Leyland Fleetline SF (Short Fleetline) from Collector's Model was
released in Hong Kong on 1st April 2000. The model features poseable front
wheels, and has an opening engine compartment. It is based on the prototype
Surprisingly, the UK release, issued on or
around the 6th June 2000, is based on sister vehicle SF30, on Route No.
15 to Central. This model comes in C'sMs new blue EFE type box, although
the box end carries no printed model details, unlike the C'sM "Canon Smartcam"
Dragon purchased at the same time.
The limited edition certificate states Model
No. SF101A, with a worldwide quantity of 2,000, and on the reverse is a
photograph of SF30 (model).
- in 1978 China Motor Bus announced that the final 30 chassis of an order
of 70 Long Fleetlines had been changed to 31ft vehicles. Alexander bodies
similar to those fitted to the LF class were used, the most recognisable
difference being the SF had a half width rearmost nearside window whilst
the LF had a full width. This would allow them to be used on routes 15
to The Peak and 6 to Stanley, where road conditions required shorter vehicles.