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Old 11-06-2020, 05:49 PM   #61
Bus Crazy
Join Date: Feb 2019
Location: New Hampshire
Posts: 1,349
Year: 1990
Coachwork: Thomas 4 window w/lift
Chassis: G30~Chevy cutaway
Engine: 5.7/350 Chevy Vortec
Rated Cap: Just me and my "stuff"?
As long as that current desire to own a skoolie still burns inside you, you'll likely find another one that fulfils that desire at some point in time.

The analogy isn't quite the same but: I always wanted a Harley as a kid, and rode Hondas many years before I was able to afford that Harley.

Best of luck to you going forward, and keep in touch here on the site if you want to.
Your general info and knowledge are appreciated...

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Old 11-06-2020, 09:52 PM   #62
Join Date: Jan 2015
Posts: 235
Mine is a box truck conversion.

1994 F700 107K 5.9L cummins $2500
six new 22.5 tires $1400
1988 24 foot U-Haul Box $1500
blow-in insulation(poured in walls) $150
paint $200
Queen (NEW) size mattr $200
Fridge, microwave cabniet $500
AC/Heat pump unit $350
Air ride conversion total $900
19 gal water Heater $299
48 inch shower enclosure $280
plumbing materials $100
plumbing valves shower & sink $150
RV toilet $100

TOTAL $8629
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