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Old 01-30-2018, 10:46 AM   #1
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Man, what a koolie skoolie this would be

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That's pretty cool looking. No plastic in that dashboard. That chrome radiator shroud is going to stand out regardless of the paint job.

Is that what you're after?
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Old 01-30-2018, 12:29 PM   #3
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That's pretty cool looking. No plastic in that dashboard. That chrome radiator shroud is going to stand out regardless of the paint job.

Is that what you're after?
I could only wish...my money won't ever be that good...lol...AND I think it was sold to a restoration shop...I saw a video where that's what it looked like...the description says only 3 were built!!!

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If you go traveling around you'll find odd buses way back off the main roads sometimes. Often covered with blackberries and full of junk. It's kind of cool that these older vehicles are becoming worth while to fix up again.

I don't have the energy to fix up an older bus. Older stock vehicles aren't much of a pleasure to drive, and going the route that Jack and Tango have gone is beyond me without a shop to work in. I chose something easy to service and get parts for. I want to be touring America, not waiting for odd parts at home.
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If you go traveling around you'll find odd buses way back off the main roads sometimes. Often covered with blackberries and full of junk. It's kind of cool that these older vehicles are becoming worth while to fix up again.

I don't have the energy to fix up an older bus. Older stock vehicles aren't much of a pleasure to drive, and going the route that Jack and Tango have gone is beyond me without a shop to work in. I chose something easy to service and get parts for. I want to be touring America, not waiting for odd parts at home.
Me2...I don't have the patience...but it's a Mack...lol

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Me2...I don't have the patience...but it's a Mack...lol

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I bet this one does 80mph

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