Some of you may know me, and probably some of us have written back and forth in the past.
I am the school teacher in Fresno who collects buses and fire trucks, and has parts.
I am in a bit of a pickle. I am losing my bus yard in Dinuba, and have had to move my buses and fire trucks to an expensive storage yard in Fresno. So now I am paying $4200 a year for storage, and it is killing me.
I am very good at buying vehicles, and have rarely met a bus or fire truck I didn’t like, my problem is selling them. For the past 8 years, I have always sold just by word of mouth. I’ve only been using the Net for about 5-6 months to make contacts.
I have Too Many vehicles. I just bought 4 fire trucks, and am bidding on two more, but without any real plans on how to dispose of them. I just can’t resist a good deal, and the vehicles are right out of service, shiny, lots of bells and whistles…..….
So, I Have to get rid of some stuff. I had over 24 buses in September, and have already dismantled a half dozen of my parts buses. I have purchased a lot of buses, Crowns and Gilligs, so I would never want for parts for my own bus, then I just got carried away.
For those who have bought something from me in the past, or had friends who have done so, you know that I am 100% honest about my vehicles, it is the best and only way to avoid making headaches and enemies. If you get something from me and don’t like kit, you will never have buyer’s remorse. Just bring it back for a refund, and I’ll sell it to somebody else. Classic vehicles appreciate with age, so no real loss is involved, just time
So, if we have written in the past about buying a bus, write me again and I will lower the price. I have to get the costs down, or I will go from a non profit group to a minus profit group!
OK feel free to write or call.
1970 Gillig Splendocruiser
Spicer 5 speed --fully manual
Powered by 8V79.5 CAT NA
4 wheel drive (the back ones)
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