Working on fixing up chads panel bus suspension,while raising the steering box, I found a big cracked mess under a half-fix.
Ended up making a new part for the shop to build and sell, a steering box raise – frame section kit.
Well no one wanted this Jersey looker tub so on the rack it goes.
This bus was hit hard by the 1970’s, it features a glass sunroof among many other tastefully done modifications. The Mega tail lights with hand made bulb sockets are attached to a custom wire harness, the harness connects to a period style push button command module. Among the many upgrades the front floor was reinforced and insulated, by carefully glueing a piece of factory floor mat under a very nicely cut piece of galvanized sheet metal. Fender flaires and Micky Thomson slicks were all the rage when this bus was built, getting those Cheverlay mags on was not a problem with the latest in automotive technology “stamped steel adapters”. Last but not least, it gets steamy in the back a panel bus, pop out chrome vents were a must.