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Online Jeremy

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Re: No longer a wannabe
« Reply #15 on: October 18, 2006, 02:22:12 AM »
Just on the seats issue - have you asked whether the seller would prefer to keep them? If you're buying from a coach operator or coach dealer, the seats in your bus may be better than those in one of their other vehicles.

I did just that with mine, and not only did the seller remove and keep the seats, but he 'paid me' for them by delivering the coach several hundred miles for free too. In fact 'my' seller was particularly sensitive about seats, as he told me a story about how he had once swapped the seats out of an accident damaged vehicle into one of his other coaches. He wasn't trying to pull a fast one - it just seemed a sensible thing to do. Later he got in trouble for re-using part of a vehicle on which he had received a 'total loss' insurance pay-out.

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Re: No longer a wannabe
« Reply #16 on: October 18, 2006, 03:06:53 PM »
Got the bus to day and all went well. Pic. in the bus pic. thead. I may have also scored 2 free busses an 82 prevost std.trans and a 1984 with a reman engine also std trans. If I get them Im going to steel some parts to have for spares get the 84 running and sell it to recover my cost of towing ( about a grand) any takers?