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Old 09-28-2016, 08:40 AM   #41
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We had an Australian member pass through this forum last year.... Him and a bunch of buddies saved up, bought a bus, converted it and hit the road...

He's some of their adventures...

6 Australian Friends Made A Skoolie For An Epic US Road Trip
What amazes me is... How the hell did they get it registered, insured etc, all the while they aren't even residents!

That's what I want to know!
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Old 10-06-2016, 08:54 AM   #42
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Well Crap! I sorted my Photobucket account into "albums" and it changed the image locations and now the links don't work. And this forum does not allow me to edit the posts so I can't fix it.

Here it is on Ex. Portal:
E-450 Short Bus Diesel - Expedition Portal
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Old 06-20-2017, 10:33 AM   #43
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Awesome thread! Did you by any chance take interior dimensions of the bus? I've been trying to find dimensions on 5 window and 6 window shorties so I can start planning out a layout and decide which size works for me.

Thanks and good luck with the build!
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Old 06-20-2017, 12:24 PM   #44
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Did you by any chance take interior dimensions of the bus? I've been trying to find dimensions on 5 window and 6 window shorties so I can start planning out a layout and decide which size works for me.
Upthread, the OP said the interior is "like" 90" wide by 15' long, which I assume means he didn't measure to the exact inch - but it's a start for general planning.

I'm interested in 5- and 6-window shorties, too. OP, what is the ceiling height inside, the exterior width, and length of the bus from bumper to bumper?

TIA!
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Old 06-23-2017, 01:02 AM   #45
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Upthread, the OP said the interior is "like" 90" wide by 15' long, which I assume means he didn't measure to the exact inch - but it's a start for general planning.

I'm interested in 5- and 6-window shorties, too. OP, what is the ceiling height inside, the exterior width, and length of the bus from bumper to bumper?

TIA!
This bus has a raised deck so no wheelwells on the interior. Flat floor. Interior height is about 6'3". Exterior width is just under 8', LOA is 23ft. This is a 6-window.
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Old 06-23-2017, 01:19 AM   #46
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This bus has a raised deck so no wheelwells on the interior. Flat floor. Interior height is about 6'3". Exterior width is just under 8', LOA is 23ft. This is a 6-window.
Thank you!

What does LOA stand for? "Length Of A___" ???

(me = total noobie)
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