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Author Topic: Is it a Train or a Bus? The April Issue of BCM has been shipped  (Read 1055 times)
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« on: April 08, 2014, 12:51:08 PM »


The Iron Horse – Wild West Elegance Model 10 Eagle is one of the most amazing conversions I have seen.  It resembles the inside of a train car just like the “Old Wild West - making it very elegant for two old people to travel in.” Click on the Home tab to see the outside of the bus. There are several additional photos of the extremely unusual and beautiful Iron Horse bus featured in the magazine.  Bruce Fay did a great job of taking the photos and writing their story.

To get an idea of what the inside of their bus looks like, click on this link to see Jimmy and Sadie in the Parlor.  To exit the photo, hit the “X” in the upper right hand corner of your browser window, just like it works in the E-Mag Edition of the magazine.

http://www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2014/04/DSC00961.jpg

To see what Jimmy and Sadie see when they look out their rear bedroom window, click on this link and I guarantee, you never seen another bus with a bedroom view like this.

http://www.busconversions.com/magphotos/2014/04/DSC00981.jpg

There are also 12 additional pages of photos in the Bonus Section of the Digital Edition of the magazine; the E-Magazine and the Online edition which shows more photos of their bus that would not fit in the print edition.

This issue also contains these other interesting articles;
        Decision Time! Planning Your Conversion by Sandy Koos
        Converting the GMC/TMC RTS by Wayward Wulf
        Overhead Drilling Made Easier by Fred Hobe
        Bay Floor Shoreline/Water Access Port by Jack Conrad
        Fuel Efficiency Considerations by Clarke Echols
        Inverter For Powering a Fridge by Sean Welsh

If you are not already receiving your monthly dose of BCM, click on this link to subscribe to the magazine today so you too can enjoy these bus conversion stories with tons of photos written for Bus Owners by Bus Owners.

http://www.busconversions.com/store/index.php?cPath=51_55

To purchase the E-Mag edition of this issue click here.

http://www.busconversions.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=21_24_64&products_id=250&osCsid=upqan2mdoinvs00fcd5ck89kp0

To purchase the Print Edition of this issue click here.

http://www.busconversions.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=21_41_63&products_id=249&osCsid=upqan2mdoinvs00fcd5ck89kp0

If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about the magazine itself please contact Mike at Editor@BusConversions.com

If you have any questions about the Bus Chat or the Forum please email Phil at ForumAdmin@BusConversions.com

If you have any questions about Subscriptions please email Linda at Linda@BusConversions.com

If you have any questions about anything else, contact me at Gary@BusConversions.com

Gary Hall – Publisher
Mike Sullivan – Editor
Phil Lyons – Forum Admin
Linda Sohn - Subscriptions and Accounting   
(657) 221-0432

Also please note our new address and phone number when you send us information.

Bus Conversion Magazine
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