Originally Posted by M1031
WOW! GREAT bus! I've been working on my '88 Ford B600 off-and-on while in school. You've done an AWESOME job in such a short time! I'm done with school (for now) and my bus is in storage, but with a genset given to me by a good friend I'll be back finishing it this summer with pics to follow as well. I saved some of your pics to inspire me for my next project. I'm now working as a bus driver for Katy ISD in Katy (rust-free) TX, and am in nursing too (weekend gig). I'm going to "test drive" some of these busses since I'm trying out different routes. One pusher I'll get and convert (thinking the International AmTran series with the 444E engine - 1998/99 years). You've inspired me to do it! Thanks! (Just don't tell my wife.......
Thanks for the kind words! Glad my crackpot project has been inspiring.
Since I have a red sink and the wood / stain I have been using is red-ish, I picked this gem up:
only 700 watts but that means I can run it off my inverter (1000 watts). I put a kill-a-watt on my fridge, and it only pulls 98 watts!
I spent the weekend building these, they are steel seat mounts for these 3 leather comfy bucket seats I have.
They swivel too. And lock in position. Please excuse the flux-core MIG spatter, there are actually very good welds underneath
Mounted to seat
In place...excuse the welded-in segment in the middle, I measured once and cut twice...
All facing in
And all facing forward! I will bolt them down once I put in the vinyl floor.