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  1. 58Studebaker
    I think the bus I just bought is the same/similar to yours. Do you have a source for operator's and service manuals for the bus/motor/trans? 1993 International/Thomas with DT360 and Allison trans. We are driving the bus from PA to CA in a few weeks. Anything I need to keep an eye on?
  2. onenationundergoat
    She's pretty good with her horns and doesn't headbutt people but she's not afraid to butt a cat, dog, or pop-up camper if they look at her wrong!!!
  3. Mschoonmaker
    I built a "goathouse" at a farm that is on Woodstock rd in Odessa Fl. they do therapy horseback riding for handicapped. I cant imagine having a goat in my bus. they hooked there horns in the leg of my shorts constantly. You guys crack me up.
  4. onenationundergoat
    I have no idea, but I was told that since half of the engine sits inside the bus, you can do a complete engine rebuild without ever having to remove the engine. I'm not sure if that's true on other International inline-6 buses with the regular dog-nose or not.
  5. rvingoffgrid
    what is the purpose of a "pug nose" bus? is it that they are looking for max capacity in the shorter wheel base? and why not just go with a flat front like the all american? never understood why they made them. we don't have any in Montana but i have seen them at day care shoals and some of the southern states.

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  • About onenationundergoat
    I'm a young wanderer who travels with a human, three cats, two dogs, and a goat.
    Statesville, North Carolina
    Tanning leather, bone work, crochet, board gaming
    eBay sales
    International Navistar DT360
    Rated Cap.
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    A gal, a guy, three cats, two dogs, one rabbit, and one goat, traveling the country together.


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