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Old 01-25-2016, 07:00 PM   #1
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Hello, from Texas

I've been looking into doing conversions for the last few years (boyfriend and I) and now we've finally said, we're going to do.
Still going to save a bit of money so that when we start, we can get rolling. The goal is the have a Skoolie up and running and ready to go within the next two years for our move to San Antonio.

I'm finding a lot of information online and have a floor plan of what I want to do. Just a matter of doing it I suppose.
The idea of putting down the insulation, wiring and plumbing has us scared that we'll mess up so we were thinking of hiring someone to do it for us...

A lot to consider.

Thank you for welcoming us in.

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Old 01-25-2016, 09:15 PM   #2
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Howdy from Houston and Welcome! --- Just dig into reading all the build threads you can digest and you'll find very few of us here had a clue when we started. If the bus itself is in reasonable shape...most of the interior build out is relatively straightforward.
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