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Old 02-12-2018, 07:44 PM   #1
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Hello from Delaware!

I hope to be buying my first bus sometime next year. We have two kids that will be in college with one more heading that way by then, so we feel its time to downsize and live the skoolie life! My husband is a plumber with some carpentry skills, so that will help a little, but no mechanic skills at all.

Look forward to getting your help in the near future!

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Old 02-12-2018, 09:20 PM   #2
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Tell us about your bus2be. What do envision? Where do you want to see? How big of a bus we talking here?

Delaware is a small State- are you sure a bus will fit?
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I hope to be buying my first bus sometime next year. We have two kids that will be in college with one more heading that way by then, so we feel its time to downsize and live the skoolie life! My husband is a plumber with some carpentry skills, so that will help a little, but no mechanic skills at all.

Look forward to getting your help in the near future!

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