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  1. Shadowgathering13
    I'm not really sure if texas is better than other places a suppose it would be but having lived in texas forever im not really sure what states rain alot more that texas except up north. My guess is that it would be better to buy down south but I've just been looking at everything in my area, and by first glance you can usually see if it has rust or not. Ive been led to believe that any rust is bad rust, so better not to have any at all. So if ive seen it, then nope to that bus.
  2. Shadowgathering13
    I'm sorry its taken me so long to get back to you, but lol I honestly no only as much or less than u do.
  3. Onthebus24/7!
    I'm looking for a 40' flat nose bus to call home. Checked the public auction and found some from Ohio, but they have quite a bit of rust on them especially in the cracks of the stairs and have some bad places on the body and rusty looking wheels. Are these issues an issue for me and/or should I scrap that idea and look to buy from an individual in say Texas where it's drier. Please help and thanks for your time and input🙂

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  • About Onthebus24/7!
    Searching for a bus to call home!!
    Amarillo, Texas
    School bus driver for Canyon ISD for 3 years


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