Originally Posted by Polarweasel
Here's a better theory. Omar Sadek runs a charter bus company in Los Angeles called Global Transportation Services.
Doesn't explain why he'd buy these buses that can't drive more than 1000 miles per year under CARB rules, though.
I like your theory a lot
Good work and thanks for the Link............there might be a way around that by removing the seats an titling them differently. I know if I were that business I'd be looking for angles. Good Work though.
I can take heart that I did win One of them........but it was an arduous task. First I had to put up bid deposits for 6 auctions: My strategy was to bid him up and hopefully deplete cash flow so he didn't drop down and scoop the last one. I bid him up to 4700 bucks on at least three or four, one went up over 5K..........I figure I cost him easily over 12K........but he was probably proxy'd up to 6 or more. It was all I could do. Didn't like the idea that he was going to get all these Gilligs. And didn't want to surrender. Next week it will go in: Engine steam cleaned, Exerior washed and waxed. Interior cleaned, a little treatment to the rubber surrounds, Taken for a rigorous test drive...........and will be flipped.
Though I'd wouldn't mind keeping it. I do think these are Awesome buses
but I'm flush with buses at the moment. Somethings got to give and this was kind of fun in a tense sort of way.