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Scarlet Rose
When we obtained Scarlet Rose in 1998 she was a rusted shell rescued from a paddock in Darlington Point NSW. There was no engine, transmission, drive axle, windows or interior. Through skill and dedication, we've brought Scarlet Rose back to life. This is is a 1954 Ansair Flxible clipper built by Ansair Pty. Ltd. Melbourne VIC, the 36th of 131 clippers built in Australia. We celebrated her 64th birthday in 2018. This clipper was a part of a fleet used Australia-wide as touring and express coaches during the 1950's, 60's and 70's by Pioneer and other operators.

  • Seating for up to 18 people
  • Booth seating for 12 around three removable tables
  • Mini bar fridge and sink with hot/cold running water
  • Restroom with toilet and wash basin
  • Air conditioning
  • 240V power inlet/outlet for stationary use.
  • Blue Tooth Sound system
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Yooralla
Yooralla is a genuine piece of Australian history. The original coach was imported directly from the Flxible Company in Loudonville, Ohio, USA in 1948 by Pioneer Tours, part of the R.M. Ansett organisation. Its arrival in Australia represented a new age in coach travel. It was as if a space ship had landed, with increased speed and comfort. Yoralla was decades ahead of anything operating in Australia at the time.

This Clipper was the prototype for Clippers built in Melbourne by Ansair Pty Ltd under licence from the Flxible Company in the USA. Clippers were used Australia-wide as touring and express coaches during the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, by Pioneer and other operators.

  • Seating up to 29 people.
  • Coach style reclining seating 2 seats either side of isle
  • Original fittings throughout
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