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Old 09-05-2016, 09:22 AM   #21
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Looks like a $2500 bus on a good day to me.
Agree on the $2500 bus in and of itself......but wouldn't the extras and already-performed labors justify more ? Seats already removed, 6 new tires, AC and mount installed, tow hitch fabbed and installed, 3 nice captains chairs, couch, mattresses, etc ?? I mean, if you were already planning on having to build/buy and install all that stuff anyway....?
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Old 09-05-2016, 09:44 AM   #22
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Agree on the $2500 bus in and of itself......but wouldn't the extras and already-performed labors justify more ? Seats already removed, 6 new tires, AC and mount installed, tow hitch fabbed and installed, 3 nice captains chairs, couch, mattresses, etc ?? I mean, if you were already planning on having to build/buy and install all that stuff anyway....?
IDk. to me it all looks like junk inside.
I'd maybe throw em $3000 if the tires are NEW.
How much is a small window ac unit? Couldn't take more than an hour to mount.
I wouldn't want used mattresses.
If some sort of quality conversion work had been done the price could be justified, but it looks like they simply removed the school bus seats and bolted in some used rv stuff. Just my opinion. They do look like decent seats for sure, but nothing about this bus makes me think anyone had much of a clue when doing the "build".
I also should mention I owned one of those Ford chassis buses and it rode like an agricultural implement.
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Old 09-05-2016, 09:58 AM   #23
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I also should mention I owned one of those Ford chassis buses and it rode like an agricultural implement.
Having driven my share of agricultural implements, I will defer to your considered opinion.
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