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The running days (mainly concentrated in the South East) are especially interesting as they provide opportunities to travel on the buses.This page contains the lists and photos of preserved AECs that originated with provincial and independent bus and coach operators across the United Kingdom.Two former Bradford AEC Regent Vs with Metro Cammell bodywork are preserved at the Keighley Bus Museum. Sister 204 was also there, but appears to have been used for spares at it was in a stripped state in summer 2011.Also there is Regent I KY 9106 and an AEC Mandator sevice vehicle new to Huddersfield.
A photo of it at the Great Orme Road Run in April 2009 can be found at former Barton Reliance, Plaxton bodied 765 (URR 865), is now appropriately with Bartons plc, a heritage organisation that preserved the memory of Barton and the Beeston district of Nottingham. Former Barton AEC Regent V 851 FNN, with Northern Counties full-fronted body, formerly in the Quantock Motor Services heritage fleet, has been sold to a new owner in the Midlands.Sister 854 FNN is owned by the Ilkeston & District Bus Group.The two were pictured together at Ruddington in July 2014 by Ken new with Bevan Bros of Soudley Valley before being sold into preservation. More photos, which show off the body style and tailfin more effectively, can be found here.The Cardiff 408 Group owns East Lancs bodied Regent V 408 (408 DBO).It was repainted by Cardiff Bus for use in their 2002 centenary celebrations, and is in great condition.