Warning bus history lesson!!!!!!!!!
Well there are many models with the buffalo hump (not just the 4105) that would lead to the storage bays. You have to understand that when this design shift was occurring there was a major power play in the US/north america bus manufacturing scene. Greyhound was consolidating power as the dominant carrier and they were tired of dealing with multiple bus manufacturers so they bought a controlling share in MCI. When they did that they made GM almost get out of the intercity bus game. Which is why all the pre 1970 busses are GM and all the post 70 busses are MCI/TMC<same busses different name. Then when greyhound started loosing market share for nationwide transport in the late 80's to the airlines regional operators took over the majority steak in bussing which lead to the rise of provost and european makers to start influencing the american market.
Now the buffalo hump was a popular style until they just started making busses that were tall from beginning to end. I like the idea of doing the sunken bunk, I just think it would be really hard to have sex in one. Unless the floor just dropped down an inch and slid into the next bay, or accordion folded up, or...
If you are dead set on the $8k budget you are going to have to be patient and observant. You could also check over at bus nuts or busconverson magazines sites they have classifieds too.
heres the wiki page for the buffalo busses https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_Buffalo_bus
Originally Posted by Famousinternetjesus
It gives it a fantastical look with the step up so far back. I can't seem to find many pictures of them much less any for sale...
Thats because many of them got turned into beer cans, if you catch my drift. A lot of the humped busses just have the same shift just not in the middle. There is also the flxible vistaliner liner but good luck finding one of them less than $10k and it will still be a fixer upper. Something like this one http://www.sellabus.com/japavek.html