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Old 10-18-2020, 05:19 AM   #1
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Anyone else leave a few seats in place?

Good day everyone,

I have purchased a Shuttle bus with folding seats, and a W/C lift. It will be my "Camper-Studio" for the time being. Mainly a Camper for now due to COVID.

My plan for this partial conversion is to leave 3 rows of seats behind the Driver's area. These (transformable seats) would serve the following purpose:
1. Transport up to 6 passengers.
2. These seats when partially folded would provide the base of a sleeping area (about the size of a full-sized bed).
3. Fold up against the wall(windows) to maximize storage potential

Has anyone else here tried or heard of such an endeavor?

(When not camping ; the "Studio" would be used to conduct Chair massages and/or Stretch massage)

Thank you

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Old 10-18-2020, 06:13 AM   #2
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a lot of people do.. I have most all the seats in my busses but then im a different bird around this flock.. but yeah quite a few people leave a few seats or replace the orioginal school bus seats with nice travelling seats or captains chairs that can swivel around to create seated settings in living space then swivelled forward for travelling, etc.
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partial conversion, seat removal

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