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The model - The third release of Buses Model's Dennis Jubilant casting was released on 23nd July 2016 and carries a government road safety livery. 

The bus - DS20 was one of a batch of 30 vehicles purchased by CMB in 1980 and entered service on 15th April that year. Fitted with Alexander 'CB' bodywork, the most noticeable difference between these Dennis Jubilants and the similarly bodied Leyland Victorys was the lack of a radiator filler cap between the top of the radiator grille and the windscreen. Upon the demise of CMB, DS20 was transferred to New World First Bus on 1st September 1998, and with one of the conditions of the new Company's franchise requiring them to be operating a 100% air-conditioned fleet within two years, it was withdrawn in August 1999.

 
 Manufacturer of model  Buses Model Co.
 Scale  1:76
 Prototype chassis  Dennis Jubilant
 Prototype bodywork  Alexander
 Prototype length  9.7 metre
 Fleet no.  DS20
 Registration no.  CE 3680
 Route no.  83
 Destination  Taikoo Shing
 Quantity  600
 Date released - Hong Kong  23rd July 2016
 
 
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