BC Transit 6103-6112
Ownership was transferred to the Urban Transit Authority upon its in 1980, renamed BC Transit in 1982.
The Victoria fleet was officially renumbered into the 8000 series in 1975, but these numbers only appeared on internal system rosters. The active Victoria fleet continued to display three digit numbers until the 1990s.
Units transferred to Municipal systems prior to 1996 were renumbered with their provincial fleet numbers; units transferred in 1996 and beyond retained their Victoria fleet number.
In 1990 762 and 767 received a rebuild extend the life of the vehicles by 12-15 years and upgrade to mirror the specifications of T6H-4523N buses. Work included updated interior paint and panelling, refurbishing existing seats, conversion of rear doors from push bar to treadle, installation of updated Driver's work station (Recaro seat, Tilt/Telescoping steering wheel and full sheild behind driver's seat), updated Taillight configuration, addition of clearance and marker lights, and conversion to vertical stack exhaust. Seating capacity was reduced by one during the modifications. Original plan was to rebuild all 1966-72 buses in this fashion, but was not done, the system opting instead to eventually replace the older units with accessible low floor buses.
|Pre-refurb||Detroit Diesel 6V71N||Allison VH9||43: Otaco OTA220 bench||Rollsign|
|Post-refurb||42: Otaco OTA220 bench|