transit (flat nose) less so than a conventional.
School buses seem simpler to me, less foreign so to speak,than an OTR coach, which are bigger and come with basements in them.
So i'm still torn..
I have a cargo trailer I use for sports photography and need something for my DJ biz...been weighting the options of a van, truck or second cargo trailer..none are perfect solutions.
A fullsize shorty bus is looking good- have to change the rear door to make it more cargo friendly, thinking elec tailgate to get things to/from the ground. Here a traditional door is fine and would work for this application.
My company colors are black and gold..so no repaint needed! LOL. And it gets me some experience owning/maintaing a bus.
But since i've got a 28' TT with a 'normal rv' door and i like that, like RV windows over schoolie windows I'm thinking a full size conversion would entail a lot of bodywork anyway -I want basements, maybe a higher ceiling too. MOving a door shouldn't be too difficult and you get a front passenger seat and some flexibility on interior layout.
Not sure what it would take to 'reskin' the exterior - rv siding, plastic or such. Cost and time and is the effort worth it? If you know how it's easy...like most things.
Would depend on my desires..time and money - and do I want a theme to it..retro, cabin, modern, etc. I like sailing...I like trains..I like art deco..I like modern..
Have to get some time behind the wheel of a big prevost or mci before i make a major commitment, er, decision.
In for a penny, in for a pound, right?