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80-18 (Eighty Eighteen)
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Join Date: Dec 2023
Location: North Georgia
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Vehicle Name 80-18 (Eighty Eighteen)
Year 1992
Make International (3600 frame)
Model Thomas Vista
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista
Basic Info Something to build out to my taste and style, travel in a home away from home, see the country again and do some hunting with my father in places we never have before. Has solid DTA360 with the AT545, adding a cooler and will swap rear gear to help it out.
Exterior
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Exterior 1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Exterior
Have not settled on a paintjob yet, thinking about sticking with white and green rub rails and adding silhouette's of North America's most well known animals (huge outdoorsmen and conservationist)

Interior
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Interior
Barren for now, have some black walnut live edge slabs lined up for countertops, thinking about trimming around the future stove with a natural rock in a high temp proof clear resin (wood counter near hot stove sounds not cool)
May do a roof raise...bus is 6'8 (80") from floor to ceiling panels, but if it feels to close for comfort when I add in my mock floor I'll look at my options.

Renovations and Repairs
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Renovations and Repairs
Only repair so far is a faulty coolant temp sensor, easy enough to get at and replace.

Tow Vehicle
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Tow Vehicle
Need to add a hitch but my 92' bus will be pulling my 92' wrangler

Favorite Camping Destinations
1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Favorite Camping Destinations 1992 International (3600 frame) Thomas Vista Favorite Camping Destinations
Lake Conasauga, highest elevation lake in Ga, beautiful views, good fishing and a fun ride in the Jeep. Not sure if I'd take a full skoolie but I will be calling the ranger and asking if I can give it a crack!
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