Although we still have our two vintage coaches, we no longer offer private hire ourselves. However, our Bedford OB, CCF 648, is now based with Mervyn's Coaches near Winchester, and is still available for hire. Please contact Mervyn directly on 01962 774574 or at mervynscoaches@btconnect.com

JT 8077 is a 1937 Bedford WTB with 25 seat coachwork by Duple. JT was new to South Dorset Coaches at Corfe Castle in Dorset, and stayed with the company for thirty years before passing to Adge Cutler, of Wurzels fame. Adge and his brother Roy took her to a number of rallies, including the London to Brighton Historic Commercial vehicle Run. Following Adge's untimely death in a road accident, she passed to new owners in Gloucestershire in the mid 1970s. She became semi derelict before passing to Pearce, Darch & Willcox, at Cattistock, in Dorset who restored her, and recertified her as a psv in 1987. After two or three years the company and its modern coaches sold out to Southern National, but JT remained in the old garage until 1992 when acquired by the present owner. Very few WTBs survive today, and JT is the only example in passenger service.


CCF 648 is a 1949 Bedford OB with 27 seat coachwork by Duple. The OB replaced the WTB in the summer of 1939, and by the time that production ceased in early 1951, over fifteen thousand had been built. The OB is a real classic of the coach world, could be regarded as the Morris Minor or Austin Seven of the industry, and they are fondly rembered by many people today as the bus they travelled to school on. Our coach spent most of its life in East Anglia, firstly with Theobald's Coaches of Long Melford, before passing to Hector Boon of Boon's Coaches in the late 1970s. Hector superbly restored the coach, and it won a number of prominent awards before passing to the present owner in 1987. In the last few years it has completed tours as far afield as North Wales, the Peak District, North Devon and Norfolk.

In August 2014 CCF returned to Vauxhall Motors in Luton along with other surviving OBs to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the introduction of the marque.