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Old 06-03-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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Used Regina - 70's skoolie

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1970's skoolie
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Old 06-03-2010, 03:55 PM   #2
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Re: Used Regina - 70's skoolie

for record, not mine, just random browsing lol
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:26 PM   #3
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ya i know. some conversion. just some 2x4's and a fridge in it lol.
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very ulgy looks like combine green......
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green then orange/red then yellow. looks like it was never finished being painted.
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Re: Used Regina - 70's skoolie

lets see here, I will admit that the body appears to be straight and not rusted out, the inside of the bus has lots and lots of potential, but $3500??? it's time to get back to reality, the 1950's fridge would need to go, and the rest of the interior has too much of a 1970's feel to it.

with that being said, I would think that a bus like that here in the States would be worth maybe $1500 provided that the engine, transmission/clutch, and rear end are in excellent running condition without needing any work, I noticed that the bus is located in Canada, maybe somebody could correct me that $3500 there would be like $1500 here, that would be the only explanation I could think of for such an obnoxious price. but that is only my opinion.

now if I were rich, I might consider it, however, if I were rich my wealth would be redistributed so I wouldn't be able to afford it anyways.
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gotta take into account that "Craven - rockin the valley" is on soon. so every POS is up for sale for what ever they can get for it!
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gotta take into account that "Craven - rockin the valley" is on soon. so every POS is up for sale for what ever they can get for it!
I never heard of it.
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http://www.cravencountryjamboree.com/


think one big 4 day drinking and partying binge in the middle of no-where. then needing a place to sleep and take shelter from the elements. No hotels for 50-60kms and everyone is too drunk to drive.

thats why every camper around is getting bought up quick like for insane cash.

edit... oh god.. i found my donor camper at craven on youtube lol
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