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Old 06-26-2014, 10:56 PM   #71
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Began framing the master bed up. We decided on a high bed to afford some much needed storage and some space for a fresh water tank and 12v and 110 distribution.
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Old 06-26-2014, 10:59 PM   #72
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The center cut out section will be removable in case we need to remove the fridge or washer dryer combo.
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Old 07-14-2014, 02:14 PM   #73
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Not much of an update for a while. I got thrown into overdrive when I found out that National General was going to drop my insurance unless I finished the conversion by August 12. Sounds bazaar at first glance but there was some method to their decisions. Seems those buying buses for the party circuit are saying they are RV's and then leaving the insurance holding the bag when an accident happens. I am grateful they gave me some time to complete it though. So far we have gotten all the walls up and beds built for the most part. I scored some black and grey tanks off ebay but had to drive and get them this past weekend. I have also been very busy with work so I have been kinda limited on time for working on the bus during the week. Here is a link to the wifes Facebook page for our bus build

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Old 07-14-2014, 07:16 PM   #74
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Re: RV There Yet? The tale of a 92 BB TC2000

Glad you're ok with the insurance and I like the idea of a high bed...the storage will be a great plus
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:35 AM   #75
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Not much of an update for a while. I got thrown into overdrive when I found out that National General was going to drop my insurance unless I finished the conversion by August 12. Sounds bazaar at first glance but there was some method to their decisions. Seems those buying buses for the party circuit are saying they are RV's and then leaving the insurance holding the bag when an accident happens. I am grateful they gave me some time to complete it though. So far we have gotten all the walls up and beds built for the most part. I scored some black and grey tanks off ebay but had to drive and get them this past weekend. I have also been very busy with work so I have been kinda limited on time for working on the bus during the week. Here is a link to the wifes Facebook page for our bus build

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hello kenny, would you mind telling us exactly what kind of proof national general wants to show the bus is completed ass a rv? thanks
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:17 PM   #76
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hello kenny, would you mind telling us exactly what kind of proof national general wants to show the bus is completed ass a rv? thanks
They told me they wanted pictures of sleeping quarters, a cooking area, and running water. I haven't received my notice yet, but I called in to change my state and the agent told me that the underwriter would be sending me something soon in the ways of a cancellation notice if i didn't have my conversion up to that minimum finish phase.

I should have just said it was done........

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Why not send them photos of someone else's build that has those things already done? It's not like they're going to come out and verify the photos match the bus. If they ever do actually see the vehicle in person, you can just tell them you changed your mind and started over with the remodel.
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:33 AM   #78
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I was not actually told what they wanted to see. I even asked how many pictures and was not told a specific number. I plan on just showing them the interior and let it ride. I am getting close to being done with the interior anyways. I have my kitchen all done except the plumbing. My shower is near completion and all the beds are done. *0% of the wiring is complete and we are definitely on the downhill side.
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