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Author Topic: BCM Aug 2017: Becoming a Bus Nut, Prevost Fan Repair, Highway Project  (Read 152 times)
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« on: July 16, 2017, 04:53:41 PM »

The August 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, click here and you will be able to view what is in this issue. http://busconversions.com/magphotos/BCM2017-08-HD%203.pdf

If you have not yet subscribed to Bus Conversion Magazine, or have not renewed your subscription lately, you can do so here for only $21 per year, less than a cup of coffee per day.  To support the Forum which relies on subscriptions of the magazine, sign up today by clicking on this link. Without magazine subscriptions, there would be no Forum.

Our feature article this month is Becoming a Bus Nut by Genevieve Meyer.  Gigi tells the story about how she became a bus nut after her husband told her he bought one on eBay.  Read her story and view her videos to see how they converted their school bus into a home on wheels and how their bus paid for itself.   Read the first part of her article by clicking here:

The next article is the first of a two part article about a Prevost H3-40 Fan Drive Repair by Bruce Fay.  He explains the drive mechanism for the engine radiator cooling fan, its removal from two buses and its disassembly. Read the first part of his article here:

John Swartley wrote another one of his famous historical articles about Highway Projects.  If you ever travel on a highway, you should read this. John mentions a fellow who drove all the way across the U.S. in only 63 days at a cost of only $8,000 in 1903 and describes the highway numbering system.  Read all about it here:

Remodeling the inside of a Prevost H3-40 bus conversion by Bruce Fay discusses how he upgraded the inside of his coach to bring it up to date. Here is part 2 of a 12 part series over the next 12 months:

Rebirthing The Moon Metal Muther, a Blast From The Past article from January 1999 discusses how John Campbell and Sharon Santer built an attractive, well proportioned and mechanically reliable 1976 Gillig Skoolie.

To purchase the Digital Edition of this issue, which will be E-Mailed to you, for a mere $5, or any back issues in Print or PDF format, click here: http://busconversionsstore.com/back-issues/ or call the office at (657) 221 0432.

Also, if you haven’t already, check out our Facebook page at:  https://www.facebook.com/BCMagUSA/ and “Like” our page. Also, tell all of your friends about our Facebook page as well.

Please support our advertisers, as they support the magazine you have come to enjoy for the past 25 years.  They also support our very active Forum and now our Facebook Page.  Be sure to tell them that you saw their ad in Bus Conversion Magazine.

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If anyone would like to see their bus on the cover of BCM, write us and we can make it happen.

Gary Hatt – Publisher:  Gary@BusConversions.com
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