In 1985 it was released with RAC decals on a bus that was basically unchanged from the previous issue. In the same year it was released with 'Maples' labels as part of the 1985 Father's day gift set, Apart from the new labels this version was also unchanged from the previous issue.
1986 saw it recoloured to the dark brown and cream livery of the Express Omnibus Company and it was fitted with labels for 'Haig' Whisky.
In 1988 it was issued as a promotional for 'Rice Krispies' which was later sold as a regular model, It was once again in the London livery.
The final and probably the nicest issue was released in 1989 in the livery of East Surrey and it was recoloured to blue & white, It carried adverts for 'Lifebuoy Soap'. This model was not deleted but no further issues were released.
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These third type labels were taller so the upper deck was redesigned which removed the lower handrail, All subsequent issues had the modified handrail, The seats can vary in shade from light brown to mid and dark brown and the upper deck can be found in light or darker red. It had a Made in England baseplate that can be gloss or satin black.