Originally Posted by Robin97396
Cadillac; Exactly, it doesn't matter what you want to do in your bus. It's going to be what you want it to be. There's nothing stopping you from making a work area.
If you're traveling at times, don't you think you might want a small cot or something?
You could flesh out your profile a little so people know what you're driving and your approximate location.
once I get my exact bus set down and ready to bring home I'll update the profile.. I have one held in florida, I now need to go see it and drive it... the deasler also said i could change busses if he has something that I like better.. the advantage if this one is a fresh reman engine which works for me since I intend to run some miles..
I definitely plan on a bed / workspace so I can take breaks from the road.. and a small frig to keep my soda pop and reeses cups cold!.. its a diesel so I'll let it run when i take off-road rest-stop sleepy-breaks.. im not a camping type so I dont plan on a bathroom or shower..
I intend to keep some seats to make it an activity bus.. since it was a wheelchair bus the ceiling appears to be a bit taller than some others ive seen..
a big modification will be Air-Conditioning. I have done some great A/C builds in past vehicle projects so this one will be a new challenge in that respect.. esp to get A/C into the driver compartment and defrosting system.
im going to do some experimentation with constant pressure closed-loop evaporators..
im also working on the idea of some convertible workspace if I can find some old "low-back" Superior seats from the 70s and earlier busses before the regulations changed the requirements for taller seatbacks.. its entirely possible to have foldable workspace lay across the seat tops that way...
my goal is a mixed-use all piurpose vehicle.
this is gonna be fun!!