Always wanted a toy hauler bus from the first time I saw one. When I started going to the drag strips back in the mid 60s there were a few buses converted to car haulers. In the 70s they were as plentiful as today's motorhomes pulling enclosed trailers but as the years went by I started to see less and less of them. Last year at Atlantic Canada's biggest event of the year I counted only 3 buses in 200+ pit spaces.
This is a big step up for me from a a 22 year old truck, an even older open car trailer, staying in motel$ and eating in restaurant$. This way I can pack food from home, sleep in the camper part and even have a place to store the race car all winter. Right now I'm really getting impatient waiting for decent weather so I can get at it. All that needs work is the exterior and the camper part because the rest of the bus is almost totally rebuilt or new(brakes, exhaust, suspension, fluid lines, tires, etc) You got to love taking over an abandoned project when all the expensive stuff is already done...
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