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Old 04-02-2015, 10:23 AM   #11
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My question is. If I were to rent at an apartment. Would they allow me to park a bus?

I could say it's for business use too. I mean, it is. LIFE BUSINESS
Most likely not.

It may depend on where you are.

Even our bus company is under fire. They don't want us any closer that 25 miles from town due to the massive numbers of people complaining about ugly yellow buses.

The all think they live in the Hampton's.

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Old 04-02-2015, 12:48 PM   #12
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I THINK I FOUND SOME LAND TO PARK IT ON!
That I will also purchase. Where I want to live!

How cool! This is all becoming VERY REAL, and VERY POSSIBLE!
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Old 04-02-2015, 12:56 PM   #13
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There are very few people on here that can honestly say that they stayed within the timeframe they originally scheduled to get their conversion done and get on the road.
I'm right on schedule, when I started three years ago I figured I'll have it done in two years, I still figure I'll have it done two years from now.


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Even our bus company is under fire. They don't want us any closer that 25 miles from town due to the massive numbers of people complaining about ugly yellow buses.
It's the same with trucks, everyone want's their "stuff", but no one want's to see a truck. If you have it, a truck brought it.

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Old 04-02-2015, 12:59 PM   #14
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I personally feel. If I were to start a project. I like to finish my projects. I mean, they're always a "Work in progress".

I finished my muscle car project in 16 years. Built 500horse power. Never got a return out of it.

Now i can buy a bus. Build a bus. & reap the rewards AFTER. and as soon as I start. I'd even plan on living it while I did what I wanted to do on the bus.
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Old 04-02-2015, 02:55 PM   #15
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My question is. If I were to rent at an apartment. Would they allow me to park a bus?

I could say it's for business use too. I mean, it is. LIFE BUSINESS

I hate to sound like Nat but, seriously.....do you expect us to answer whether your (as yet unnamed & unknown) landlord will allow you to park it there.

Give us a break here....try asking questions that can actually be answered.
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