Hey! thanks for the response. Man its takin me a while to figure all this forum stuff out. Before this I only used my computer for banking and shopping, oh and those damn school papers. Anyway it seems everytime that I ask a question I find the answer a few minutes later. So can anyone tell me if there is a place to search for the model of my bus with only the serial number? It is a good thing that my husband is in the body, paint, and frame business! Cuz my bus is in sad shape. She is after all 57 years old. She does run and doesn't leak oil, but she needs new tires and brakes pretty bad. We still need to open her up and go through everything. So it will be at least spring before we take a trip. The good thing about this bus is....It's MINE! We have a fith wheel that we take hunting and camping with our three kids. But the bus(still thinking of a name, maybe myrtle) Is my space a good thing to because she is short. Actually our friends with bikes are calling her the snack shack. Since I traded my bike for her, which by the way was not a popular desicion when talking to the gang at gails custom cycles,
untill they step aboard that is! Anyway ...She is mamas harley now! But I have a feeling she will also be the porta potty/ dinner on alot of "rides" My husband wants to make a trailer for his bike that I can pull I am guessing so that we can go to stergis or something someday. Well I should go I have an early appointment with the rv salvage man in the morning. One more question, the bus has been started, it has alot of woodwork all of the walls have slat wood pannels. Do I need to remove everything or can I leave the walls and pay attention to the floor?When I say walls I am meaning the actual inner shell of the bus. I have already disassembled the interior walls so that I can change the floorplan. I sorta want to strip it bare incase the person before me didn't do a complete job.
Still trying to download all the stuff for gallery, hopefully pics are comeing soon.