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« on: February 05, 2016, 01:21:15 PM »

The February issue of Bus Conversion Magazine is now available to view and/or download from our website at www.BusConversions.com/magazine.html.  

The February 2016 issue features the Honeysuckle Rose.  This is the story of a 1936 Chevy school bus that was brought back to life by Jack and Lorna Amundson.  Jack took her down to the bare minimum and rebuilt her from scratch and added a lot of fancy gadgets to make her in to a real piece of art.  You have to see it to believe it.  Click on this link to see what he did with this beautiful little bus.  Who says you can't add a slide-out in a 1936 school bus.

Here are the other articles in the Digital Edition of this issue…

Smokin’ Hot Summer

Habitat For Humanity and RVing

BFTP Eagle Special

BFTP Air Brakes

Bus Chat – Air Bag Plating

To purchase either the Print Edition which will be mailed to you or the Online Edition which you can view and download today click here. http://www.busconversions.com/store/index.php?cPath=21&osCsid=l6n48h2jihfjh8gc8ldrr6mfj6

To subscribe to Bus Conversion Magazine click here and choose the media you enjoy the most.

We just returned from a three-week road trip where we showcased our products at the FMCA Western Motor Home Association Annual Rally in Indio, CA and then the Quartzite Rally.  We sold a LOT of new subscriptions and gave away over 2,000 free magazines to anyone that was interested.  With these new subscriptions will come fresh new articles as many of the people there are in the process of converting a bus, truck, or van.  We are looking forward to some new and different material to make the magazine even more exciting than it already is.  Bottom line, buses, trucks, and vans require the same equipment and maintenance to keep these moving homes running.

We also met several new advertisers with some very interesting products who will be advertising with us in the very near future. Here are a few that started advertising with us just in the past couple of months.

Premier Motorcoach started in business in 1972. They repair and service all makes and models of motorhomes and buses including Collision, Body, and Paint repairs as well as interior remodels and upgrades. Check out their system at http://operationsaferoad.com.  To see a video of their AWESOME camera system in action on a bus conversion click on https://youtu.be/rDUmM9OcDiY

Myron’s Extreme Machines offers some awesome electric bicycles that I personally have tried out and really enjoy.  They are the largest and oldest Electric Bike and Scooter shop in Southern California with over 25 years of experience in both sales and service. You can either peddle their bikes for the exercise or you can simply turn the speed control on the handle bar and ride it like a motorcycle, but with much less noise.  They are very quiet as you zoom around the campground or around town sightseeing and can cruise up to 22 MPH and have a range of up to 20 miles.  Check out their website at http://www.electricbicyclecenter.com.

RV Makeovers can remodel your current bus conversion or RV to update it to make it look just like new for a fraction of the cost it would take to purchase a new unit.  Besides, you are already familiar with your rig so why not update it to have the amenities that you want. Check out their website at http://www.rvmakeovers.com to see the miracles they have done to other coaches.

Premier Services offers the first 360 degree Omniview camera system available in the U.S.  They installed the system on my Eagle last month and I have found it very useful.  I used it on my drive to Indio, then on to Quartzsite, and back to my home base.  I even backed into my RV spot without running into anything for the first time.  This system offers a birds-eye view of all four sides of your rig to within an inch or two of the ground all around.  There is also a second screen that shows what is behind you when you put your rig in reverse.  When you turn your right turn signals on, you get a 180-degree view of what is on the right side of you and when you turn on your left turn signal you get a 180-degree view of what is on the left side of you.  You can also set it so you can see directly in front of you as well.  This system basically eliminates any need to have a second person guiding you into your parking space, and also makes it much safer driving down the road as there are zero blind spots.  Check out their system at http://operationsaferoad.com.  To see a video of their AWESOME camera system in action on a bus conversion click on https://youtu.be/rDUmM9OcDiY

Please check out our new advertisers and support their businesses as they support the magazine and the website you have come to enjoy for the past 24 years.

Gary Hatt – Publisher:  Gary@BusConversions.com
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