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Author Topic: Hands-On Seminars at Bussin' 2007  (Read 1198 times)
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« on: August 06, 2006, 06:04:55 AM »

     We are going to try something different at Bussin' 2007, if we get enough interest. We want to have some hands-on seminars where we will get some experienced people to actually do a project on someone's bus. If you have a project that can be done in a day or 2 at the most, (preferably less time than that) please let me know. The projects will have to be do-able with basic tools.  You will have to furnish all material and I will try to line up some experienced people to complete the job. Some ideas iinclude headliners, installing inverters, Sat. antenna, roof AC, door latch, etc.
    We will have to limit the projects based on available time and experienced personel. We need to start the plasnning soon for this. Please contact me if you have a project in mind.    jconradATdesoto.net or 863-nine nine three-3683   Jack

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