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Old 07-26-2007, 10:33 PM   #1
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Year: 1970
Coachwork: Blue Bird
Chassis: All American
Engine: Ford

This is a 1970 Blue Bird All American Bus. It was modified by Lee's Custom Coaches into a Bloodmobile. It is 30' long and we decided that we want a larger bus.

It is powered by a 391 Ford Industrial engine, and a 6 speed MT40 Allison automatic transmission. I drove it home over 400 miles w/o ANY problems except the brake master cylinder went out.

It has a bad wheel cylinder on the left rear which I bypassed to drive it home. It had bad gas in the gas tank so I used an auxiliary tank and electric fuel pump to get it home. The fuel tank has been drained.

I have gutted the inside and you can fix it however you want it.

The rear ac works intermittently (like a capacitor is cutting in and out). The front ac blows but the compressor does not run.

There was rust in the rear cap and I have removed it but it will be easy to form back.

IF this bus does not sale by August 15, I will strip it, sale the engine and trans and used the solid body panels on my new bus.

$800.00 OBO

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