[tcb] Re: My buddy needs a bus.

  • From: a1992cabbygirl@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 01 May 2007 12:01:09 -0400

There is a yellow/white bus for sale on Spring Cypress(between 45 and 249) at a 
car lot.  Or it was a few weeks ago.  It had 4500 written on the windshield.  
Looked good when driving by.  Never looked at it close up.  But he could 
probably get it for less.  Worth a look!
-----Original Message-----
From: sloweyefasthand@xxxxxxxxx
To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 6:55 PM
Subject: [tcb] Re: My buddy needs a bus.

phew...he's looking for around the 3,000 to 4,000 range...but thank you very 
much for the heads up.

On 4/30/07, Julie Maroney <julie.hey.ho.lets.go@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
I just called the owner of the '69 camper and I was way off with the mileage.  
It's got like 40,000+ miles on it since being rebuilt by Austin VeeDub.  It has 
a new generator and a new transmission.  All of the work she has ever had done 
on it has been at Austin VeeDub.  It has a pop top and a tent but is missing 
its refrigerator. The owner is Jennifer and anyone that wants to know more can 
contact her at 512-288-2140.  She lives in the Oak Hill area of Austin (south) 
and is asking $10,000 but said that's just a starting asking price. 

On 4/30/07, Julie Maroney < julie.hey.ho.lets.go@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
Just today the guys at Austin VeeDub told me about a very sweet camper
that's for sale.  They gave me the phone number but I haven't given 
the girl a call yet.  I believe it is a '69 and it's in great running
condition, like just 3,000-4,000 miles on the engine.  It's green and
I don't know much more than that.  I don't really need it since I've 
got so much more work to do on the two I already own.  I'll give her a
call and see what's up so that your friend or any TCBers will be in
the know.  But does a poptop work with surf boards?


On 4/30/07, Shelby Shook <sloweyefasthand@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> My friend Steven (my longboarding and surfing buddy) has been googly eyed 
> over my bus for a while and decided he wasnts want to get him to Galveston 
> for surfing and for camping in.
> He wants preferably a '76 or later but I think any bus will do as long as it 
> dosn't take much for it to get running. If any of you guy's see some deals 
> give me a heads up and I'll pass it on to him.
> Thanks a bunch guys, and I'm still waiting for the surfers and longboarders 
> or the group (if there is any) to give me a shout. I need someone to come 
> bomb some hills or chase the surf with me!
> Thanks guys,
> Shelby
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