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Old 05-24-2016, 01:57 PM   #1
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Greetings fellow Skoolies!

Finding this website has been as wonderful and coming up on the 1994 Collins Short Bus Chevy G30 6.5 Diesel I picked up over the weekend. I have been searching for a vehicle to convert into a minimalist's traveling home. I searched for vans, small motorhomes, buses of coarse, for months. Searched all over the country then the perfect one I found one 8 miles from my traditional home. STOKED!! Bought it that day!

Thank you everyone who has posted on this site all of the information i have been reading over the past 72 hours has been soooo helpful!
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Welcome
I've got to be curious about a moose's traditional home.
Congratulations on your buy. It's all about what works for you. And cool, another minimalist.
I needed a bit more space for my minimalist butt, but in my defense part of that is garage.
What are you planning to put in your G-30?
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Thanks man! Already do!
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Welcome
I've got to be curious about a moose's traditional home.
Congratulations on your buy. It's all about what works for you. And cool, another minimalist.
I needed a bit more space for my minimalist butt, but in my defense part of that is garage.
What are you planning to put in your G-30?
Just a regular house in the suburbs of Los Angeles, lol



I had thoughts of a garage...they diminished

So far i am gonna do a cabinet system for a desk, sink and storage. Toilet. Im thinking of turning the current seats into a convertible bed/dining area. Ladder, roof rack/chilling area. Those are my thought so far
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A moose is loose in the burbs. Well here an unattached moose wanders, metaphorically, so I got my garage. But then I'm 26' long. I don't just want to drive around in a big impressive bus. I want toys that keep going when the bus won't or shouldn't.
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