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Old 04-05-2013, 08:52 PM   #21
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Hey BG --- I like the camera with the monitor in the mirror. Very cool. Where did you find it?
Tango, It was on sale on eBay. I paid $42.74 but it has gone up now. They go on sale often so keep checking back. I will get some photos of the monitor when it is turned on.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/190799523499?ss ... 1439.l2649

It works great and for under $60 it still is a good value.

Keith
PS Check the seller, they have the same with a license plate camera as well.
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Today was able to remove most of the seats from the bus. I hate to chuck the seats, but I think that no one would like them. I will keep them for a while and see what happens.

I have taken a few more photos of the work in process.





And when I get the seat out and a platform installed I will put some recliners in.



I will attach a 3/4 inch plywood desk over the wheel wells at that height. It will extend from the back to just in front of the wheel wells, then down on an angle to match the wells angle. I intend to use 1/4 x 2 inch steel bar to anchor the chairs to the bus.

When we get the seats in, it will be ready for the sink and cupboard. Tomorrow the bus goes in to get a new A/C system installed. (R134a conversion) I am able to maintain the 134a system, but not the r12.

I will keep the pics coming,

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Old 04-26-2013, 07:59 PM   #23
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Got some more work done. Need to sand off the splinters and get it ready for the finish.



It's starting to warm up. Need to get the recliners in to go camping. I feel like time is running out. Oh, I did get a new radiator and a complete overhaul of the A/C system. It was converted to 134a with a new compressor and all. At least it has a 3 year warranty on it including the labor. The radiator has a lifetime warranty. That should be good for as long as we will have the bus.

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