Only two BMMO type CM6T Motorway Coaches are known to have survived, both of these are of the restyled, post-overhaul, type.
5656 was new to Bearwood depot in September 1965. It remained at that depot for most of its service life but also saw service at Cradley Heath depot and as an engineering float vehicle after being overhauled and restyled in 1972. She was withdrawn in September 1974, passing to the Midland Red (Leamington) Preservation society in August 1975, and then to Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Trust (“The Transport Museum”—BaMMOT), Wythall, in February 1978.
5656 has now been fully restored to its post-overhaul condition with large front destination dome, all over red livery, and deep polished mouldings at the waist level.
5662 was new in December 1965, at Nuneaton depot, spending most of its service life their operating the Nuneaton-Coventry-London Motorway service. She was withdrawn from service in April 1974, and was stored at Worcester (Padmore Street) depot in its final livery of NBC National white until being passed to Longbridge Engineering in April 1975.
After short service with a number of small operators, including Evertons of Droitwich, 5662 was acquired for spares by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Trust (“The Transport Museum”—BaMMOT), Wythall, in February 1984, and has since passed it to the North Staffs Bus Group who hope to restore her.