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Old 09-30-2021, 01:12 PM   #1
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Location: Mussey MIchigan
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Year: 2000
Coachwork: thomas
Chassis: freightliner
Engine: 24 v cummins
Rated Cap: 72 pass
2000 Thomas 72 passenger

I have a 2000 Thomas project it has a Cummings drive train on a Freightliner chassis I've raised the roof 6" and have made the wheel wells to accommodate tandem axle's with super singles or leave it as a single axle with super singles, I have many items for the conversion, two refrigerators, stove top, water tank, heater, electrical panel, pocket doors, 1x lumber for the floor, walls and ceiling, drawer pulls and tracks, I have removed over half of the windows and replaced with 16 ga. steel all in primer, Has two new batteries, Its been started every month and is on a battery maintainer, Runs great but I wouldn't drive it long distance on the factory single tires on the rear as it has a lot of weight in it, I have ran some electrical for my floor plan, I will pull it out of storage and get better pictures. $10,000 OBO 248,000 miles
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