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Old 04-09-2004, 09:11 PM   #1
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More pictures added today of Willow.

I drove Willow home yesterday. Today my wife cleaned it up and I thought some of you would like to see some more of the details on the inside.
So I added some more pictures to my folder and here they are...
http://www.skoolie.net/gallery2/The-Willow-Bus
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Old 04-10-2004, 10:42 AM   #2
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Hey! Hey! Hey!

You bus is lookin' awfully nice there!

Thanks for taking the time to post the photos; it's a nice inspiration.
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Old 04-10-2004, 08:47 PM   #3
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Way cool, dude!!! Did you do the interior art in the bedroom, as well?

The outside gave me flashbacks to that Ralph Bakshe animated movie....not The Hobbit, the other one.

Very, very cool!! And the interior is very nicely done, your wife has done a really nice job with the decoration and furniture coverings. The use of the left rear shorty back seat at the front right by the entry is tres clever.

Totally impressed.
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One of the pictures in the bedroom shows an AC unit, where is the rear end of that, is it sticking out a rear window or do you use it to only cool the bedroom (which would be a neat idea).
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Air conditioning

The AC is a standard room AC. The window was removed and framed to fit the unit, expanding foam was used inside the rear walls and around the frame work for the AC. The AC was then bolted into place and wired into the 110 system. the outside of the AC extends out the back of the bus about 12 inches.
It does a great job cooling the back of the bus but the front takes a while to cool. I just put it back there because I can't sleep in a hot room.
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