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Old 04-13-2017, 03:32 PM   #11
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Location: Essex, MD
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Year: 1999
Chassis: Blue Bird TC RE 3904, Flat Nose, 40', 277" wh base
Engine: 8.3L Cummins ISC 260hp, AT643, 4.44 rear
Rated Cap: 84 pax or 1 RV; 33,000lbs
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I have owned a 40' bus previously, but there aren't enough corn fields to turn around in. Parking is a constant issue if you're in town.
Haven't driven mine much in town but I fit in 2 Walmart spots with a slight overhang front and rear. Navigating the parking lots is more trouble than finding a parking spot.

If I'm ever living out of this one, I could see buying a shorter second bus for an RV. Probably whatever the shortest flat-nose is.
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Old 04-13-2017, 03:54 PM   #12
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Location: Massachusetts
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Year: 2002
Coachwork: Bluebird
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I have a 72 pax approximately 34 ft re. I haven't had too much issue getting around town. Parking in big lots is easy... Just a longer walk. But if you want to grab a rock star spot right in front of the cafe... Not happening lol

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