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Old 01-05-2009, 06:32 PM   #1
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FOR SALE: 1986 Converted Short Bus 4G OBO

Hi. I've been trying to get this bus off my hands for a little while....23ft, white bus complete with fridge, stove, oven, bed sofa closet space, 1200 Watt converter with sockets throughout the bus. Engine, brakes, steering, transmission in good condition, i put 16,000 km on it without too many problems...one blown tire and brake master cylinder replaced. (considering there was 304,000 to start) it runs on propane (sorry all you biodiesel freaks...might as well feed the hungry than fuel your bus!) The great thing about propane is that it burns fairly clean and doesnt leave a lot of gunk in the engine block, as gas and diesel would. Will deliver for the right price...anywhere within say....a full days drive of Vancouver, BC. So nothing toooo crazy. Oh, there's an electrical fault so the wipers and heater dont work in the meantime...not a big deal.
anyways, email me at timecrash2001@hotmail.com or phone me at (604) 833 0389 if ur interested.
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:04 PM   #2
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Re: FOR SALE: 1986 Converted Short Bus 4G OBO

I'm not a biodiesel frak or anything but your view of propane is limited to a users mindset. Try looking into what sort of carnage propane manufacturing leaves behind. It's full of biproducts and toxic offspring. There is more going on than the emissions. This also holds true to some extent for biodiesel. However the wvo train is much better from a what goes into getting it in my tank point of view. Did I read that right....4grand for 320,000km!?
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Old 01-08-2009, 10:06 AM   #3
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Re: FOR SALE: 1986 Converted Short Bus 4G OBO

Hey, I did not mean to demean your bus though it looks as though you've spent alot of time putting some sweet cabinets and stuff into it. And in my opinion 320,000km isn't that much since I bought mine with like 240,000 miles. Good luck with your endeavor.
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