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Old 02-11-2019, 07:39 PM   #181
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Hello we are the Kelseys and we are looking for groups of Skoolies to meet with and get great ideas and building tip.
We now are in stage one of our 1993 Blue Bird TT2000
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Old 02-12-2019, 07:52 AM   #182
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Thank you all this looks like just what we where looking for ��
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:25 AM   #183
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Hello we are the Kelseys and we are looking for groups of Skoolies to meet with and get great ideas and building tip.
We now are in stage one of our 1993 Blue Bird TT2000
It would help if we knew where you are located. You can add it to your signature.
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:41 AM   #184
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Thank you all this looks like just what we where looking for ��
Hey are you Dan? If so I meant to call you back!

Well- there's this thing going on over in Brooksville this weekend-http://www.skoolie.net/forums/f20/20...8th-24472.html
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Old 02-16-2019, 12:21 AM   #185
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Trying To Sell Brother's Skoolie

My brother got really sick and I'm trying to sell his skoolie for him. I'm having trouble responding to messages because I'm too new to this site. Any suggestions, anyone? Thanks.
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My brother got really sick and I'm trying to sell his skoolie for him. I'm having trouble responding to messages because I'm too new to this site. Any suggestions, anyone? Thanks.
Try the classifieds section on the home page. Sorry to hear about your brother. I've lost three myself.
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Old 03-20-2019, 07:42 PM   #187
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Hello skoolie nation! Long time lurker. Family of five here. Yesterday we landed a bus on an auction site, itís a 2003 icco 84 pass bus pusher. 6 Cylinders 7.6L MFI Turbo Dsl. Dt466 I believe? Any who. We are heading east tomorrow to pick it up. About 1:30 min away. The largest vehicle Iíve driven was a 5 ton in the military. I also pushed/towed 737ís for a living in the past. Just introducing my self as our skoolie journey begins. Thank you all for all the info. You all make it believable that good people still walk this earth. Thank you.

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Old 03-20-2019, 07:48 PM   #188
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Hello skoolie nation! Long time lurker. Family of five here. Yesterday we landed a bus on an auction site, it’s a 2003 icco 84 pass bus pusher. 6 Cylinders 7.6L MFI Turbo Dsl. Dt466 I believe? Any who. We are heading east tomorrow to pick it up. About 1:30 min away. The largest vehicle I’ve driven was a 5 ton in the military. I also pushed/towed 737’s for a living in the past. Just introducing my self as our skoolie journey begins. Thank you all for all the info. You all make it believable that good people still walk this earth. Thank you.

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Welcome to the site. You won't be towing any 737's for awhile. There's not one in the sky by now.
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Isn’t that the truth!! Bad timing I guess!.....
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Isnít that the truth!! Bad timing I guess!.....
Any and all who have towed them can now say they did it in the past.
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