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Old 12-08-2008, 09:19 PM   #11
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Re: I have lots, LOTS of bus parts, and advice

Any chance of finding a 12 or 16 light indicator panel? It's the thing on the dash panel that lights up to show you what lights are doing what on your rig. Mine off of a 1990 Thomas (International chassis) shorted out on me. Also, a set of turnsignals and brake lights for the rear would be nice to locate...
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Old 04-09-2009, 05:10 PM   #12
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Re: I have lots, LOTS of bus parts, and advice

I have been researching some larger motorcoaches but really like the look of the Crown bus. Any advice for someone in Ontario Canada wanting to convert a single rear axle bus from the mechanics perspective. I would want a bus that has power, drivetrain dependability and an automatic transmission that can do some long highway hauls at a fair pace and modest maintenence costs. Understandably maintenance and initially bringing the bus to todays standards are utmost... Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-21-2009, 08:27 PM   #13
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Re: I have lots, LOTS of bus parts, and advice

I am interested in purchasing a crown bus for my new tubing company. If anyone has any for sale, please let me know.
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Old 09-22-2009, 07:21 AM   #14
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Re: I have lots, LOTS of bus parts, and advice

Originally Posted by patrick young
My name is Patrick young. I have owned about 100 Gilligs, Crowns, Fords, Waynes, Internationals, Thomases, I've lost count. Also 5 fire trucks, vehicles raning from 1954 Crown to 1990 Crown. All types of engines, even gas Hall Scotts.

I have a huge inventory of parts, and a good mental inventory and network of folks to help rare parts get found, how to get repairs done cheaply, I been doing this stuff for 17 years.

You need a part, or some advice, just give me a ring.

Patrick Young
Bus King of the Great SouthWest
(559) 251-3814 or (559) 244-1042
Hello Patrick,

I'm looking for a donor bus to complete an engine conversion. I'm looking for a '93 DT466 package to swap out a DTA360. I note 1993 as that is the year of the vehicle but the main concern is that it's a mechanical, pre-electronic ride currently.

Do you have any related items in your inventory?

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