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Old 11-30-2020, 07:44 PM   #61
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Location: Virginia
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Year: 1971
Coachwork: Wayne
Chassis: International Loadstar 1700
Engine: 345 international V-8
Originally Posted by BeNimble View Post
Maybe you should look into transporting something heavy for someone that will help pay for the fuel? For example, I had a big heavy electric motor hauled to LA by someone, who was moving a few things down on the trip in a van.
Can check craigslist, but there is also some specific hauling website.

I have done this quite a bit. Need to be careful though because then you are a commercial vehicle in the eyes of the law. Doing a friend a favor for some gas money is one thing. I would also say as a first trip I would not want to be responsible for timely delivery of someone else's goods.

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Old 11-30-2020, 08:27 PM   #62
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To echo what Cheese Wagon said on bus maintenance costs. No such thing as cheap on one of these things. Don’t believe me, price a simple fuel filter, and you probably have at least 2, maybe 3.
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