I would demand it be started-from the surface rust on the pulleys, it looks like it hasn't been started in a long time. Can be a problem for any 92 series with the wet cylinder liners that can and do leak. Other than that, a great base for a project if you can live with the headroom and the 96" width. I have a transit with 6'10" headroom and is 102" wide-makes a BIG difference. Good Luck, TomC
Yup, we know about your head room, we know about you going to Dons and having him build your engine, we know about the width...
How much bay space do you have in cubic feet?
Have you done anything to your bus that isn't prefaced by, "I spent XXX to have this done?" or "I don't feel comfortable doing my own work"? or I'm not competant to do my own work, so I like tossing money at a $1200 transit coach in order for it pass muster?
I really am not hollering at you, but it seems that everytime you post about what YOU
have done, it turns out to be what someone else has done.
Some people are bleeding money, and are welcome to their ideas, even if it costs more than the coach is worth, but it seems to me you want to be proud of what you haven't been able to accomplish for yourself.
Jeez, My bus looks like something from the Beverly Hillbillies. but slowly and surely I am getting it all back to what it should be. Myself.
Throwing money at a project isn't converting.. if you are gonna do that, why not get a real conversion shop to convert an older Prevost or 102C3 for you at half the cost?