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Old 06-28-2015, 07:04 AM   #11
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Location: EHT New Jersey
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Year: 2003
Coachwork: AmTran
Chassis: International 3000RE
Engine: T444E/AT545
Rated Cap: 75
Originally Posted by Lady in Waiting View Post
I actually favor what you have, I'm usually alone so this size is really all I need, I only go on overnights (due to work) and its the perfect size for my gear and a place to throw an air mattress... and I can retrofit to handle all my audio, video and FLIR equipment. Plus its more cost effective than a bigger bus.

I'd go minimal and dry:
- Tint all windows
- Remove all rear seats
- Carpet the Floor
- Porta and a small table
- Add 2 small recliners seats
- Small quiet gen to handle lights and recharging equipment

I'm looking
Check what MassDOT requires for a conversion if you're going to flip the title. New Jersey, as an example, requires the following interior arrangements-
  • Install a permanent bed or sleep sofa
  • Install a permanent sink or bar sink (Must be in working order)
  • Install a permanent stove or microwave

Of course, every state is different, and YMMV through the bureaucratic red tape
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:23 AM   #12
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My first bus was 40 feet, second bus was 35 feet, third was 30 feet, last bus is this one. Not sure how long it is but it is built on a medium duty chassis. I'm am guessing 20-22 feet. I fly back to Texas on the eighth to pick her up.

Here are more pictures to give you an idea if this would work for you.
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