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Question 1:
In 1984 the design was adapted to produce the Paramount 4000 double-decker coach, initially built on ________ underframes.
Neoplan CentrolinerNeoplan SkylinerArticulated busNeoplan

Question 2: Plaxton is a builder of bus and coach vehicle bodies based in Scarborough, ________.
ScotlandEnglandUnited KingdomWales

Question 3: In 1989 Plaxtons bought Henlys, a company that included motor dealers and Coleman Milne, makers of funeral ________.
AutomobileStation wagonHearseLincoln (automobile)

Question 4: This 7.9 m long vehicle is powered by the Cummins ISBe ________ engine, mounted transversely at the rear.
ACEA agreementEmission standardAir pollutionEuropean emission standards

Question 5: Pronto - for ________ van chassis
Mercedes-Benz E-ClassMercedes-Benz C-ClassMercedes-Benz SprinterMercedes-Benz G-Class

Question 6: The Primo frame is assembled in ________ by Enterprise Bus, effectively a conventional chassis in most respects but one which extends up to cantrail level, before being shipped to Scarborough for completion.
CroatiaPolandHungarySlovenia

Question 7: In particular, designs from ________ and Van Hool received much attention.
Neoplan SkylinerNeoplanArticulated busNeoplan Centroliner

Question 8: The result was the Plaxton Paramount, which appeared at the 1982 ________.
Geneva Motor ShowBritish International Motor ShowNorth American International Auto ShowLA Auto Show

Question 9: A modified version of the 425 design was introduced in 1991 and was built by Carrosserie Lorraine, a French coachbuilder Plaxton had recently purchased from ________.
IvecoCAMIVAFiatAstra SpA

Question 10: By the end of the 1970s the British coach scene was dominated by two similar vehicles - the ________ and the Duple Dominant.
Plaxton Panorama ElitePlaxton SupremeLeyland LeopardPlaxton Paramount







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