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Old 09-30-2021, 09:32 PM   #1
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Ceiling height - 2004 Blue Blue All American

Is there anyway to figure out what the interior ceiling height of this 2004 Blue Bird All American is from this photo? The seller has it in storage and isn't sure.
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It's a low-ceiling model so it should be about 6'1" or 6'2".
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You can tell by looking at the windows whether it is high roof or low roof. If the first passenger window is in line with the drivers window at the top, it is low roof. If the passenger window is higher than the driver window, it is high roof.
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You can tell by looking at the windows whether it is high roof or low roof. If the first passenger window is in line with the drivers window at the top, it is low roof. If the passenger window is higher than the driver window, it is high roof.
That usually works. Some post 2006 models, with 6'6" ceilings, have an unusually tall driver's window and seven foot tall doors. Both higher than the windshield.



The (majority of) the newer high-roof school buses' passenger windows are taller than they are wide. 30"T x 24"W (27" C to C)
Save the oddly placed couple of wide windows on Thomas and some BBs.

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The angle of the pic makes it hard to scale the windows or guage the roof arch. The photo has clearly been edited for color & pop. A quick resizing would also hide the height. Seems most folks would definitely advertise a 6'6" roof. Only a low roof or tiny person plays the "not sure card". I agree with Musigenesis. The green over the rear door looks like a shorty.
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