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Old 02-14-2018, 07:41 PM   #11
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Location: Swansboro,NC
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Year: 86
Coachwork: Thomas
Chassis: Ford B700
Engine: 8.2
Rated Cap: 60 bodies
I will get better actual working pics this weekend.
I am computer challenged so I might end up adding them to my album.
Post one at a time?
Or have my wife use her camera and ask for an e-mail to send them to you.
But I will get them to you and I have already promised them to another SKOOLIE and haven't done it yet.
PM me an e-mail cause the other SKOOLIE wants them in e-mail.
So will probably do the album add eventually and send the working parts pic's to you directly.
It's my design and still has a few pieces to work out but that is after at least 6-years of seasonal use.
And I can and will explain as needed. Or PM me a phone number and we can play the text game with pics or call's.
Have fun
Be safe.
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Old 02-14-2018, 11:29 PM   #12
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I can tell you this. You're not looking for a short bus with all the things and open space you're talking about having. Even two twin beds would just leave enough room for your knees to slip between the beds when walking through.

I had a wife that spread out over the king bed like an octopus. Twin beds were welcome. Less disturbance at night. We did have a bit more than 6" between our twins and still managed several more children.

You seem to be looking for a long bus. My bus, for instance, is a 26' long FE. I don't think this medium size bus is big enough for all the things you want to include. You're talking about a 35 or 40' bus. In that case it's just a choice of FE or RE? You already know you want a big engine and a strong transmission with lockers and overdrive.
Well, given that we have looked at (and rejected due to low build quality, and HIGH cost several Class C RVs under 30 that have the desired features, admittedly with a super slide, but still. I figure with eliminating the need to walk around the bed, we should be able to with decent design, get everything we want into a 30' Skoolie without too much hassle...

Heck a 21 foot RoadTrek fits the bill but would be a bit more snug than I prefer...

I am not planning on extra couches, or separate dining table etc... Just bed / storage in the back that can fold up . couble as dining area seating, small but usable kitchen, and a bathroom....

Like I said, not allergic to the concept of showering in the entry stairs if I can figure out how to make that work and not rust the bus out...
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