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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 3:18 pm 
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This could become my new toy hauler, thanks to Stoneman and his sniper skills !!!!

Ebay item number Item number: 4588839841

That little gem cost me $810.00 the look on the wifes face when she pulled in the driveway and see it PRICELESS :-)


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Nice!

You could recoup some of the cost by reselling the seats too.....

Mine's getting a bit crowded lately......


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Wow that's a nice one...hehe

Alot of work now, no more trailer for you?

:-) dykid


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Did I hear someone say "Hoser's Glamis Big Adventure"??

So how exactly do you load the Pilots? Modify the rear wall with some sort of hinge mechanism?


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Woburn Truck and Auto
781-933-1546
http://www.woburntruckandauto.com/
parts@WoburnTruckandAuto.com <- last tried its full

Midwest Transit
http://www.midwesttransit.com/
Toll Free (800) 933-2412

Western Bus
http://www.westernbus.com/
Local Phone: (503) 905-0002
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 258-2473 or (800) BLU-BIRD
Sales/Admin Fax: (503) 905-0003
Parts/Service Fax: (503) 905-0060

United Truck Body Co
http://www.unitedtruckbody.com/
218.729.6000 Toll Free 888.296.4126 Fax 218.729.6001

Kansas Bus Connection
http://ks-bus.com/
Phone: 785-841-6414
Fax: 785-841-1585

Northwest Bus Sales
http://www.nwbus.com/
1-800-231-7099
(253)841-9997
fax (253) 845-9384
sales@nwbus.com

BusinJay Coaches
http://www.businjay.com/
303-893-0555
Info@BusinJay.com

Bus Mart, inc
http://www.busmartinc.com/busmart/Contact.aspx
800-222-8102
765-759-7554
Fax 765-378-6848

Schmidt Truck
http://schmidttruck.com/
(big truck parts)
1-800-530-5283
parts@schmidttruck.com

Neal's Truck Parts
http://www.nealstruckparts.com/
1-800-662-0006
parts@nealstruckparts.com

(thank DentedVW for this part)

Bontragers' Surplus Parts
Bontrager's Factory Surplus
18719 E US Highway 12
White Pigeon, MI 49099
(269)483-7017, FAX, (269) 483-7786.
email: bont@inetplus.net
http://bontragers.com/site/index.php/pa ... urplus-Inc
Refrigerators, ranges, hot water heaters, furnaces. Six salesmen.
Salvage Yards - Typically Have Used Parts Available

Huckaby's Recreational Vehicle Salvage
1293 NW 50 Highway
Holden Mo., 64040
816-850-4155
email: carhuck@swbell.net

All Auto Truck Recycle
Rancho Cordova, CA
(800) 477-3086
vehicle parts incl MH.

Arizona RV Salvage, 2737 W. Lincoln, Phoenix, AZ 85009 (602) 272-0301, FAX (602) 484-0918. New and used plumbing, cooling, lighting, appliances, A/C, lights, windows, doors, holding tanks, hubs, rotors, axles, running gears, rear ends, will ship nationwide.

Colaw RV Parts & Salvage
10389 Cimarron Rd.
Carthage, MO 64836
(417)548-2125
Email: http://www.colawrvsalvage.com
Actively dismantling hundreds of damaged RVs for the purpose of reselling used RV parts.

Elkhart Surplus Salvage
28301 US Highway 33 (West Franklin)
Elkhart, IN 46516
(219)295-8903

Factory RV Surplus
1537 W. Bristol
Elkhart, IN
219-262-3327

Graber Industries
Constantine, MI

GUNDIE'S INC.
1283 Mt. Baker Hwy.
Bellingham, WA 98226
(800) 444-4344, (360) 733-5036
Large number of rebuildable RVs, auto recycling center, appliances, all types of parts for all types of RVs.

Icke's RV Surplus, Montpilier, IN, (317) 728-5668
Raymond Ickes Supplies
701 W Huntington St
Montpelier, IN 47359
(765)728-5668
New/Surplus RV parts, 29 years in business, 4 warehouses. UPS nationwide delivery.

L&M Salvage
Mishawaka, Indiana

Midwest Salvage, Shipshewana, IN (219) 825-9822
Midwest Salvage Inc
1700 N State Road 5
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260)768-4884

National Recovery Service
PO Box 310
3241 Leonard Dr
Liberty, NC 27298
(800) 903-7285, (336)622-7285
Rebuilds damaged RVs. Engines, nose/tail cones, differentials, transmissions and other new and old hard-to-find parts.

R&R Sales And Service
107 W Main
Walnut Ridge, AR 72746
toll free 1-866-625-5442
http://users.bscn.com/fkious/index.html
Repairs RV refrigerator cooling units and sells RV appliance parts. Has some obsolete parts for some of the older units.

RV Doctor George
1142 Dixieanne Avenue
Sacramento CA 95815
Office (916) 927-7837
Fax (916) 927-3866
Email: doc@rvdoctorgeorge.com

RV Surplus & Salvage Inc.
1400 W. Bristol Street
Elkhart, IN 46514
574-264-5575
http://www.rvsurplussalvage.com

Shaw & Co
6374 State Rd. 303
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 877-8949
Mainly trailers and large appliances.

Singleton RV Salvage and Sales
383 Nelson Rd.
Rochester, WA (360) 273-9566
"We are here just for you...Check with us before buying new!" Sinks, fridges, stoves, lights, awnings, roof air, propane tanks, axles, body parts, doors, windows, jacks, and much more. Open four days a week: Thur., Fri., Sat. and Sun.

State Line Salvage
51027 State Road 13
Middlebury, IN 46540
(574)825-7540

Tom’s Borderline Bargains
67351 US South 131
Constantine, Michigan 49042
(616) 435-5533
borderline131@aol.com
Refrigerators, ranges, hot water heaters, furnaces, paneling, replacement windows, Amish oak, carpet, trim, a little bit of everything for your home, mobile home, and RV.

Truck and RV Supply (guarantee on parts?)
Elkhart, IN

Vanderhaag's, Inc.
3809 4th Ave. W.
Spencer, IA 51301
(800) 831-5164, (712) 262-7000
Oshkosh and Winnebago surplus parts, plus new and rebuilt engines, transmissions, rearends, wheels, manifolds and rotors. Installation available on all parts. Free mailer available.

Walt's RV Surplus
16616 Valley Blvd.
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 823-0563, FAX (909) 823-8515
New/Surplus RV parts. Specializing in Fleetwood, as well as National and Cobra RVs. , CA (909) 823-0563

WELLER AUTO / TRUCK
2525 Chicago Dr.
Grand Rapids, MI 49519 - Specializing in Driveline for Motorhomes, , Gas / Diesel Engines, Automatic Transmissions, (including Authorized Allison Rebuilder) Rear Axles, Tires & Rims, A/C Units, Generators, & Repairable RVs.
Visit us at http://www.partsbyweller.com or contact Dave Laninga at partsinfo@partsbyweller.com or call (616) 241-2110.

The RVWeb seems to have a pretty good list of salvage and surplus sites.

Winnebago Surplus & General Store
P.O. Box 152
Forest City, IA 50436-0152
(515) 582-6935, FAX (515) 582-6958
Store Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-5 & Sat. 8-12.

RV.net has an obsolete parts resource <CLICK HERE>.

Bill's RV - Elkhart, IN (219)522-1569 - Salvage yard.

ALL RITE EXTERIORS
1500 Shelton
Hollister, CA 95023
(800) 262-6541
Collision-repair parts for all types RV exteriors.

BOEING SURPLUS
20651 84th Ave S.
Kent, WA 98032
(206) 393-4065
Surplus aluminum sheeting, honeycomb insulation and mylar. Large quantity orders call, Jon Thurman at (206) 393-4049.

Canvas Replacements (tm) by
Camper & Recreation, Inc.
W2299 State Hwy 98
Loyal, WI 54446
(800)232-2079 or (715)255-8142
fax (715)255-9332
Web: http://www.canvasreplacements.com
Email: info@canvasreplacements.com

D & B WHEELS INC.
4409 E. Mission Blvd.
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 590-1702
Wheels, tires, accessories. Buy/Sell/Trade. New & Used.

DIXIE TRAILER SUPPLY/RV PARTS/SERVICE
4135 N. Dixie Hwy.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334
(305) 565-9210
27 yrs. in business. New and hard-to-find trailer and RV parts.

D.T.I. INC. PARTS UNLIMITED
304 1/2 N. Main
Middlebury, IN 46540
(800) 289-0919, (219) 825-5858.
Reconditioned/Scratch and dent appliances. RV appliance parts.

ELECTREX
108 E. Sherman
Hutchinson, KS 67501
(620) 669-9966
Custom manufacturing of electrical wiring harnesses, electrical assemblies, switch panels, clock panels and misc. electrical devices for vans and RVs.

FOREIGN Engine SERVICE
5811 S. E. JohnsonCreek Boulevard
Portland, OR 97206
(503) 771-2526, (800) 349-3778
Parts and repairs for the LeSharo and Phasar motorhomes. Toll-free parts and help line. Available stock for almost anything that is drivetrain related -- including transmissions, engines and most all-related components.

GRABER INDUSTRIES INC.
19100 Fairchilds Road
Constantine, MI 49042
(616) 279-5288
Obsolete and new RV parts and supplies as well as building materials, carpeting and plumbing.

HARMONY ENTERPRISES
704 Main Ave. N.
Harmony, MN 55939
(507) 886-6666
Components available for any Harmony Ent. roof-lift system. Heco camper canvases are available for Palomino, Puma, Trade Winds, Winnebago and many more.

HOLIDAY RV SUPER STORES INC.
Orlando, FL (407) 351-3096
Tampa, FL (813) 622-8777
N. Ft. Myers, FL (941) 731-2266
Forest Park, GA (404) 362-9559
Greer, SC (864) 877-8218
Orlando, FL (407) 363-9211
Roseville, CA (916) 782-3178
Bakersfield, CA (805) 831-5451
Las Cruces, NM (505) 523-0715
Specializing in Airstream and Holiday Rambler parts of vintage.

HORN'S SALES AND SERVICE
I-43 South
PO Box 1171
South Sheboygan, WI 53801
(414) 564-2381
Parts and accessories for all types of campers.

HOWELL'S RV APPLIANCE REPAIR
1162 Greenfield Dr.
El Cajon, Ca 92021
(619) 441-0066
New, used and reconditioned RV appliances.

IDEAL RV AND TRAILER SUPPLY
3375 E. Bayshore Rd.
Redwood City, CA 94063
(415) 365-1574
Hard-to-find new and used RV parts.

INLAND RV PARTS AND SERVICE
391 Elizabeth Lane
Corona, CA 91720
(800) 877-7311
Parts for older Airstream trailers.

ISLEY'S RV SERVICE CENTERS
2225 W. Main St.
Mesa, AZ 85201
(602) 834-1234
5151 W. Bell Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85308
(602) 938-4990, (800) 962-5547
Parts and service available for older and current RVs. Specializing in hard-to-find parts, also RV handicap equipment, accessories and modifications. Mail-order catalog and knowledgeable order-desk personnel available for questions.

LA PORTE'S PARTS DISTRIBUTORS
2444 N. Fifth St.
Hartsville, SC 29550
(803) 332-0191
Unique inventory of new and obsolete heating, airconditioning and appliance parts; Duo therm, Coleman etc. Wholesale only - Please have your dealer contact them for you.

MIDWAY RV SERVICE
8301 Bolsa Ave.
Midway City, CA 92655
(714) 897-1926
Parts available include FMC custom accessories, innovations and manuals.

MOBILITY RV
PO Box 85
Hanlontown, IA 50444-0085
(800) 933-7742,(515) 896-2222, FAX (515) 896-2223
Winnebago/Itaska dealer and mail-order parts help. Specialize in LeSharo-Phasar.

QUALITY COACH (Div. Rec Ve Inc.)
Stump Road & Commerce Dr., Montgomeryville, PA 18936
(215) 643-2211
Appliances, interiors, brakes and hitches as well as other parts available for Cortez, Dodge RV chassis, FMC, Revcon and others.

RVS CORP. - Recreational Vehicle Services
RR #2M140
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
(800) 821-2266, (408) 779-3173
Parts available for 1973-76 FMC 2900R; all molds, tooling, dies, fixtures, large parts invetory. Original parts and services and owners manuals.

RV SPECIALISTS INC. - 11865 SW Hwy 54, (8 1/2 Miles East of Wichita, KS on Hwy 54, South side), Augusta, KS
67010; (316) 775-3098. RV repair service that does a lot of "skin" jobs and has a good source of material.

STATE LINE SALVAGE
51027-2 St. Rd. 13
Middlebury, IN 46540
(219) 825-7540
Van seat


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square up the back and install a pull up garage door


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Who you kidding? We know the real destiny of this bus...


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Or better yet....


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Or like the second one in the pic....


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This might be the way to go.. Remove the head knocker limitations and other wasted space
of the stock body.

During the rebuild I could lower the floor height by about 3" and make it 6" wider.


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Is the 366ci Engine the same as a GM 6.0 liter? I know they must be about the same displacement, if not the same thing.


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Drakman wrote:
Is the 366ci Engine the same as a GM 6.0 liter? I know they must be about the same displacement, if not the same thing.


Yeah I pretty sure it is the 6.0 this use to be the 427 tall deck Engine now its
366 cid not sure what they changed to make it a 366 tho.

I read up on the 366 a while back and they said the Engine was design for 250k miles
it has 4 rings not 3 like most engines and is all beefed up forged steel crank thick
block, stronger rods than used in pickups etc.


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If I come out to help do I get reserved seating?


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Ok trying to make up a mental material list for the bus, I want to cut the back out and
make it a fold down ramp door so I took some quick measurments and figure I can
get a door 60" to 64" tall and 89" wide following the white outline in the pics
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You know I have a set of electric metal shears and a pair of electric nibblers and I ain't affraid to use them! "No sir re Bob!" Other than dirt cheap labor I don't know what to help you with from afar. Cheering section maybe, "Go Hoser, go!"

Mental material list........For a mental kinda guy?


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litespeed wrote:
You know I have a set of electric metal shears and a pair of electric nibblers and I ain't affraid to use them! "No sir re Bob!" Other than dirt cheap labor I don't know what to help you with from afar. Cheering section maybe, "Go Hoser, go!"

Mental material list........For a mental kinda guy?


The bus would look good setting in your front yard with us cutting and grinding on it all
hours of the day and night lol I might need to make a material run by your place when
it comes time to buy the materials I need.


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How tall is a Drakart you guys? When I make the door I want to make it tall enough
I know the Pilot is slightly shorter...

How tall is a rhino ?


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I just measured my Drak, it is 58" to the roof, add about 6-8" for the flagpole if it were attached and pulled down over the front like I normally have it.


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UPDATE

Ok the seats and old flooring is out and gone, got 23 bux at the recycle place for the metal parts of the seats, the old rubber floor mat is history leaving behind a 3/4" ply wood floor as a solid base and a blank canvas.

Not sure what I want to do with the floor, think I will just sand it flat, fill the holes and paint it for now, I would like to do it from front to back with solid oak flooring :-) it would make a nice shop floor :shock:

I guess my next move is to enlarge the rear door so I can load ATV's, most if not ALL the side windows are going to be removed I will probably install at least one BIG RV window on the drivers side so I can look out whilst eating at the kitchen table, still up in the air on a window for the drivers side I don't use the window on that side much in my regular RV.

Wish their was a 'pimp my RV' show now would be a good time to make mine over heh


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Now its a single seater...


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I think there is some do it yourself rino lining stuff you can buy and either spray or roll on. Would be durable, water and fuel proof, might be a bit costly for the size, but could be a good lasting floor.

And, is 'ol 66 gonna be ready for the summer of 6s ride?


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Nice!
Cant wait to see finished product

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Weather was nice today so I put some primer on the outside, their is a few rust holes in the rear quaters but is a easy fix I can remove the rivets and replace the flat metal at any time, first I want to get it on the road and try it out then I can spruce it up in the future.


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Another nice day for primer...


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Oh Yeah! Looking good! You gotta start thinking about some cool graphics now!


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