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muddog16
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« on: June 22, 2010, 06:33:53 AM »

Sunday evening I was treated to a fellow busnut's fine looking bus!  Thanks Paul, Joe and I appreciated the visit and tour!   

There are so many levels of converting a bus, and so many different idea's on how to do them!  In another thread this morning I was distracted by some detractors, for what ever their purpose was, .....was beyond me! But I am rambling here, back to the real topic!

Paul's bus looked marvelous and his worksmanship was very top notch!  Even in the unfinished state, the amount of work Paul has put into his conversion process was amazing!  I'm still amazed at the two new doors you made and the level of craftsmanship was professional grade...they were very well made.  Paul, I'm sure those Grandson's were having a ball ( I hope they enjoyed the Tecumsech Outdoor Drama).  Your genset installation was impressive!   Being on blood thinners your ac's were kicking butt that evening!

Again thanks for the tour and great company!   If you aren't familiar with Pauls conversion process here is a link to his site;  http://www.incredibus.com/index.html
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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2010, 07:15:56 AM »

Thanks Pat for sharing Paul's conversion website with us.  A lot of great work done and very professionally installed, perhaps even better than professionals.  It seems when most of us do these conversion refits they end with much better quality than when mfg'd. 

Paul, keep the photos coming as you progress, all these sites of conversion processes we do has to help others wishing to make changes or repairs in their rigs, knowledge is power, thank God for the Internet now.

Gary
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