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Old 10-31-2010, 09:44 AM   #11
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i like the cover for the roof hatch's,,,who made them ? or did you make them?... THANKS KEITH .WHERE DO YOU GUYS LIVE?..also can you post a closer pictures....
My husband built the roof hatch covers. They allow us to open them without "bugs" coming in. They work great! We love sleeping with the fresh air coming in when the weather is conducive. We also made some window screens that attach to the outside (magnetic strips hot-glue gunned to the screen material) that can be attached on the outside. Wouldn't work while traveling, probably, but works great while stationary. We moved the bus from a location that was out in the sun to a shaded area for the remainder of the painting, it was hot (in the south) so the shade was a welcome addition.
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Old 10-31-2010, 09:47 AM   #12
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Welcome, nice looking Bird
Thanks! Likewise, your Crown is very cute. I think I rode in a bus just about like that when I was in school years ago! Funny! Your Crown has class...
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Old 10-31-2010, 09:51 AM   #13
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Glad to see you got the pics figured-out, I fixed the 1st one (had an extra set of [IMG] brackets on it). Nice looking bus

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Thank you Smitty! Now on to figuring out what we will do on the inside. The painting took quite some time to finish. Removing all the decals, reflective strips, and such was the most time-consuming part. Next came the sanding and then finally the painting. We bought Rustoleum from an online source (as the colors locally sold were very limited). SO GLAD to get rid of the last of the "bus yellow!"
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Old 10-31-2010, 12:00 PM   #14
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well ,,i like to have a set of them ,so pm me maybe we can work something out,, thanks keith,of ellijay,GA.....94 b/b tc2000 called ( GHOST RIDDERS )FROMLY last rodeo......
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