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Old 09-05-2011, 03:22 PM   #1
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Year: 1984
Coachwork: Wayne
Chassis: International
Engine: 9L
The Fool's Portion, two story Camo International skoolie

Howdy, all.

Work has begun on the Fool's Portion. Setting it up to full-time for awhile. Used to full time in a propane-powered short bus. This on will be camouflaged and pink. Planning to put a second story bedroom on it. Deciding whether to go a full 13 1/2' rigid, or go 12.5 and rig a pop-up room to extend to 15' when stationary. Thinking of going with a VW microbus for the bedroom for on top, maybe with a bug for a greenhouse/storage/skylight on the roof, also. Otherwise maybe build something akin to a HiLo pop-up for an vertically expendable bedroom. Interior will be knotty pine with antiques fixtures. Home for the wife and I, and 3 dogs and 3 cats.

9.0 liter diesel 1984 International, Wayne Lifeguard body.

Will be taking an inaugural voyage this coming weekend the Cossatot River in Arkansas.

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