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azmusclecar on Mar 20, 2016 said:

This looks like the bus the Partridge Family TV show started with..........now all you need are a bunch of kids and musical instrumenst, a crazy paint job and you're on your way to TV stardom... or maybe the bus is...................

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ABS_Customs on Mar 20, 2016 said:

Nope. This old girl is getting a newer gm 1ton suspension, full air ride, and custom interior. The ultimate hangout at car shows!

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azmusclecar on Mar 21, 2016 said:

Well that certainly sounds better than the Patridge Family Bus....can't wait to see it.

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Buckelew on Mar 21, 2016 said:

Me too!

I'd love to have an old bus like this.

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Anonymous on Mar 26, 2016 said:

I got one, converted to a camper and converted to diesel. I used a 1965 Perkins 354, with a 5 speed (OD) trans, and a single speed rear axle. I could not find a high speed Eaton two speed. We have traveled from CA to Canada, to Detroit and to northern Mexico. Fuel milage went from 7-8 mpg to 15-16. Hill climbing was a little better, on a long 4 lane grade, I could pass loaded 18 wheelers going up hill. I should have used a Cummins out of a dodge PU, but at the time, they were new, and too expensive. The turbo Perkins would have been better, but I did not find one. Sadly, the brakes went out and I have not used it for a number of years. I occasionally drive it around the subdivision using the big parking brake I installed.

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