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The July issue of Bus Conversion Magazine is now available to view and/or download from our website at: www.BusConversions.com/magazine.html.  
   
To view the Table of Contents, hover your mouse over the cover and you will be able to view what is in this issue.

In this issue we feature an article by Jim Bingham and Paula Giddings titled Our New Life.  It is about a couple that met each other and he had a 1978 Silver Eagle bus and she had two cats and a horse.  She knew nothing about bus conversions but discovered Jim’s bus came from the US Government Hanford Nuclear Site and Jim says, no it does not glow in the dark.  Over time she became to love the bus and they discussed how the bus has transformed their life.  She stated (as we all know) that “The view from a bus is breathtaking”, even better than the over the road trucks she has ridden in.  To see a photo of this beautiful Silver Eagle and read the first part of their article, click here…
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg10.pdf

Becky Lawry wrote a second article about Workamping (their first Workamping article was in the November 2012 issue) about their experience working in return for a place to park their bus and sometimes even receive free hookups.  They discuss the qualifications you need, where to find workamping jobs, how to apply, and the fun you can have working and vacationing in different places.  Workamping positions are also available in some national parks which will allow you to see and learn about the park you will be working in for the season. To see a photo of a beautiful lake and read the first part of their article, click here…
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg04.pdf

The third article in this issue is by Roger Lehet, the world famous wood stove builder that lives in Vashon, WA.  He has designed several wood burning stoves that will heat your bus up very efficiently. He also has designed other products that generate light and electricity from the same stove that you can cook on.  Read his article titled Hello Bus Nuts where he discusses living off the grid. He covers solar panels and thermal electric generation so you can either live off the grid or lower your power bill or run your generator much less so you will live in a quieter environment. To read the first part of Roger’s article, click here…
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg19.pdf

Check out Roger’s website here…
http://www.unforgettablefirellc.com/

To read the Bonus Content which is only in our Online Digital Edition continue on…

To see more detail of the inside of Jim Bingham and Paula Giddings Eagle while they were working on it, click here.
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg34.pdf

To see more photos of places that Becky and Paul Lawry have workamped, click here…
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg37.pdf

Read the part 2 of an article about the First Eagle 01 Born and a photo of this beautiful bus used by Continental Trailways.  This is a BFTP (Blast from the Past) article from an old issue of Bus World from 1982.
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg42.pdf

If you want to install one of the most sought after bus engines the Detroit Series 60, read all about it there. This is a BFTP article from the June 2003 issue of Bus Conversion Magazine.
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg47.pdf

To see what the view looks like looking out of Phil Lyons (the Forum Moderator) bus windshield and to read about what to do when you start losing speed going uphill with an 8V71, read all about it here…
www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2016/07F362BA25/BCM2016-07-Pg52.pdf

And Finally, to purchase either the Print Edition which will be mailed to you or the Online Digital Edition of this issue, which you can view and download today for a mere $5 (The Print Edition has a $4 S&H fee) or any back issues, click here… http://www.busconversions.com/store/index.php?cPath=21&osCsid=l6n48h2jihfjh8gc8ldrr6mfj6

To order a subscription to BCM so you don’t miss a single issue of the only magazine written by bus nuts for bus nuts, click here.
http://www.busconversions.com/store/index.php?cPath=51&osCsid=u6qsv4isv5r4m6ijtvd636gmj4

Also, if you haven’t already, check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BCMagUSA/ and “Like” our page.  Everyone that “Likes” our page will receive $1.00 off any item purchased from our Facebook Store, which eventually will have almost everything that is in our website store.  Also, tell all of your friends about our Facebook page as well.  Please upload a photo of your bus so all of our Facebook Friends can see your ride.

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