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ICrider
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United States
127 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  4:13:22 PM  Show Profile  Visit ICrider's Homepage  Click to see ICrider's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Mine would be my beloved 222174(AKA the former 35 AKA Spare 3). 222174 is a 2004 IC CE200,T444E,black hood,Mass spec'd,electric door,hydraulic brakes.

ICrider
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United States
127 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  4:31:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit ICrider's Homepage  Click to see ICrider's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
And the bus I looked forward to riding every day.
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Allamericanre
Advanced Member

USA
238 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  4:36:31 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For me, my dream bus would be a 2007 Blue Bird Vision with:
-CAT Engine
-Air Brakes
-Auto Push-Button Transmission
-Florida Paint Specs (With a few exceptions)
-Black Hood
-77 Passenger Capacity
-Activity Seating(Grey)
-Radio/PA
-Carrier AC
-Luggage Bays (Underneath and Inside)
-Transpec Gear (LED Stop Sign[Flashing Word], Crossing Control Arm, Rear Door Sign)
-Dual Stop Arms
-Raised Headroom
-Exterior Light Monitor
-Full LED Lighting
-G2 Fusion Warning Lamps
-Extended Skirting
-Electric Door
-Black Window Posts
-White Wheels
-Roof Strobe Light
-Activity Style Televisions
-Carpeted Floor
-Floor/Wall Lighting
-Shoulder/Lap Seat Belts
-Black Grille
-Black Headlight Outlines
-Fog Lamps
That's it!

 http://www.flickr.com/groups/schoolbus/

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ICrider
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United States
127 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  4:37:21 PM  Show Profile  Visit ICrider's Homepage  Click to see ICrider's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
AND the bus I hope to own.
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ICrider
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United States
127 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  4:39:51 PM  Show Profile  Visit ICrider's Homepage  Click to see ICrider's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Allamericanre

For me, my dream bus would be a 2007 Blue Bird Vision with:
-CAT Engine
-Air Brakes
-Auto Push-Button Transmission
-Florida Paint Specs (With a few exceptions)
-Black Hood
-77 Passenger Capacity
-Activity Seating(Grey)
-Radio/PA
-Carrier AC
-Luggage Bays (Underneath and Inside)
-Transpec Gear (LED Stop Sign[Flashing Word], Crossing Control Arm, Rear Door Sign)
-Dual Stop Arms
-Raised Headroom
-Exterior Light Monitor
-Full LED Lighting
-G2 Fusion Warning Lamps
-Extended Skirting
-Electric Door
-Black Window Posts
-White Wheels
-Roof Strobe Light
-Activity Style Televisions
-Carpeted Floor
-Floor/Wall Lighting
-Shoulder/Lap Seat Belts
-Black Grille
-Black Headlight Outlines
-Fog Lamps
That's it!




WOW,I have to add more detail to mine! And I want to ride 222174 again,and when the 09 CE finally goes out of service for a day or 2,a bus with a 444 will be mine(not nesicarily 222174). I am so tired of riding a 2009 CE200 with a radio and not riding an 04 200 without a radio!

Edited by - ICrider on 02/27/2009 4:40:55 PM
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Jake
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USA
3518 Posts

Posted - 02/27/2009 :  5:16:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit Jake's Homepage  Reply with Quote
1992 Ward Senator FE, DT466, MT643 & 72 passenger (extended knee room).

Side exit door, 4 pushout, two roof hatches, PA+Radio, Tinted windows :)
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Allamericanre
Advanced Member

USA
238 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2009 :  06:26:38 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Also, my bus would have a number 25 on it.

 http://www.flickr.com/groups/schoolbus/

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YellowBox
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Puerto Rico (USA)
254 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2009 :  08:31:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I THINK I WILL GO WITH A NCE 2007 FREIGHTLINER FS65 /THOMAS BUILT BUSES 72 PASSENGER SCHOOL BUS WITH CATERPILLAR C7 ENGINE AND MANUAL GEARBOX.

I DROVE A CHARTERED ONE AND IT WAS NICE. THE CAT ENGINE HAS SOME GRUNT, BUS ROCKS WHEN YOU PUSH THE ACELERATOR WHILE IDLING.

CLASSIC BUS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO OWN, ONE OF THOSE RARE THOMAS MIGHTY MITE ON IHC LOADSTAR CHASSIS
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School Bus M8
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USA
617 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2009 :  09:19:09 AM  Show Profile  Visit School Bus M8's Homepage  Reply with Quote
A new ford bluebird with the same but upgraded body or a new Thomas GMC with the body that was discontinued a few years back with upgrades.
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Jared
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USA
1865 Posts

Posted - 12/31/2009 :  10:04:45 AM  Show Profile  Visit Jared's Homepage  Reply with Quote


http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaredg21/sets/
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Lifestar Fe
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United States
521 Posts

Posted - 12/31/2009 :  5:12:52 PM  Show Profile  Click to see Lifestar Fe's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Nice!! A Wayne/GMC, right?

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bluebirdvision
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USA
1006 Posts

Posted - 12/31/2009 :  8:36:45 PM  Show Profile  Click to see bluebirdvision's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
If I was to order a Transit, here is what I would get:

Body: Blue Bird
Model: All American D3 RE
Engine: Cummins ISC-10
Horsepower: 260hp
Torque: 800 lb ft of torque
Trans: Alison 3000
T- handel shifter
Alternator: 200 AMP alternator
Brakes: Air Brakes, w/ automatic slack adjusters and low air pressure wig wag
Seating: 84-passenger body, with 78 passenger seating
Fuel Tank: 100 Gallon between frame rails, with locking fuel door.
Tires: 11R22.5(G), Goodyear G661
Standard floor
Stainless steel step well
Pass through luggage bays
Flat black wheels
White roof
White Roof Strobe* (see notes)
Black service door
Stepwell heater
High back seats
Pneumatic drivers seat
Cushion for parking brake
Air horn * (see notes)
3 position warning light master switch
Panasonic AM/FM/CD with interior and exterior PA system –10 speakers
Kenwood TK-885 MPT 2-way radio. Mounted by drivers left knee
10” interior pupil mirror
Cup holder
½” plywood sub floor
Koroseal 1 piece flooring without isle trim
Smooth seating material – Blue
Black seat frames
Extended leg room – 39”
Acoustic ceiling
Strobing LED warning lights (standard anyway on the D3)
School Bus chrome around warning lights and headlights – I’m from NY
Exclude Warning light visors
Back light dest. Sign
Heated Mirrors w/ switch
Mirrolite HD cross view mirrors
Mirrorlite rearview mirror
2-piece windshield
SB chrome rub rails
Reflective school bus stop sign- specialty mfg. Pneumatically powered.
LED clearance lights
A/C: Blue Bird Comfort-aire with drivers vent. 2-units
247 camera system
2 cameras- Font and rear.
16 lamp warning light monitor
See II Air foil
Air ride suspension
3 emergency windows
2 side emergency exits
2 roof exits Notes:

*Roof strobe will have ON/OFF SWITCH
* Electric air horn, with switch, use steering wheel to activate when switch is turned on.

Shane Kirley
New York Bus Sales Delivery Driver. (I know its not much, but its a start)


Facebook Page: Blue Bird Corporation Fans
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Edited by - bluebirdvision on 12/31/2009 8:50:43 PM
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Jared
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USA
1865 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  08:53:43 AM  Show Profile  Visit Jared's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Lifestar Fe

Nice!! A Wayne/GMC, right?




Yep, with black window frames and the outward entrance door.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaredg21/sets/
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96AmTranRE
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USA
51 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  11:04:15 AM  Show Profile  Visit 96AmTranRE's Homepage  Send 96AmTranRE an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by bluebirdvision

If I was to order a Transit, here is what I would get:

Body: Blue Bird
Model: All American D3 RE
Engine: Cummins ISC-10
Horsepower: 260hp
Torque: 800 lb ft of torque
Trans: Alison 3000
T- handel shifter
Alternator: 200 AMP alternator
Brakes: Air Brakes, w/ automatic slack adjusters and low air pressure wig wag
Seating: 84-passenger body, with 78 passenger seating
Fuel Tank: 100 Gallon between frame rails, with locking fuel door.
Tires: 11R22.5(G), Goodyear G661
Standard floor
Stainless steel step well
Pass through luggage bays
Flat black wheels
White roof
White Roof Strobe* (see notes)
Black service door
Stepwell heater
High back seats
Pneumatic drivers seat
Cushion for parking brake
Air horn * (see notes)
3 position warning light master switch
Panasonic AM/FM/CD with interior and exterior PA system –10 speakers
Kenwood TK-885 MPT 2-way radio. Mounted by drivers left knee
10” interior pupil mirror
Cup holder
½” plywood sub floor
Koroseal 1 piece flooring without isle trim
Smooth seating material – Blue
Black seat frames
Extended leg room – 39”
Acoustic ceiling
Strobing LED warning lights (standard anyway on the D3)
School Bus chrome around warning lights and headlights – I’m from NY
Exclude Warning light visors
Back light dest. Sign
Heated Mirrors w/ switch
Mirrolite HD cross view mirrors
Mirrorlite rearview mirror
2-piece windshield
SB chrome rub rails
Reflective school bus stop sign- specialty mfg. Pneumatically powered.
LED clearance lights
A/C: Blue Bird Comfort-aire with drivers vent. 2-units
247 camera system
2 cameras- Font and rear.
16 lamp warning light monitor
See II Air foil
Air ride suspension
3 emergency windows
2 side emergency exits
2 roof exits Notes:

*Roof strobe will have ON/OFF SWITCH
* Electric air horn, with switch, use steering wheel to activate when switch is turned on.

what would you get if you ordered a conventional?


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bluebirdvision
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USA
1006 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  11:28:27 AM  Show Profile  Click to see bluebirdvision's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Body: Blue Bird
Model: BBCV (Vision conventional)
Engine: Cummins ISB-10 (6.7 liter)
Horsepower: 220hp
Torque: 520 lb ft @ 1600 RPM
Trans: Alison 2500 w/ overdrive
T- handle shifter
Alternator: 200 AMP alternator
Brakes: Air Brakes, w/ automatic slack adjusters and low air pressure wig wag
Seating: 71 passenger body with 65 passenger capacity
Fuel Tank: 100 Gallon between frame rails, with locking fuel door.
Tires: Michelin XZE mud & snow thread
Standard floor
Stainless steel step well
Flat black wheels w/ chrome caps over lug nuts
New York Style White roof
White Roof Strobe* (see notes)
Black service door
Step well heater
High back seats
Pneumatic drivers seat
Cushion for parking brake
Air horn * (see notes)
3 position warning light master switch
Panasonic AM/FM/CD with interior and exterior PA system –10 speakers
Kenwood TK-885 MPT 2-way radio. Mounted to left of driver above warning light controls.
10” interior pupil mirror
½” plywood sub floor
Koroseal 1 piece flooring without isle trim
Smooth seating material – Blue
Black seat frames
Extended leg room – 39”
Acoustic ceiling
Driver storage above driver’s window
Sound Off Strobing LED warning lights
LED chassis lights, clearance lights
Warning light visors- school bus chrome
Back light dest. Sign
Heated Mirrors w/ switch
Mirrolite HD cross view mirrors
Mirrorlite exterior rearview mirror
2-piece windshield
SB chrome rub rails
Reflective school bus stop sign- specialty mfg. Pneumatically powered.
A/C: Blue Bird Comfort-aire with drivers vent. 2-units
Honeywell Chaperone camera system, matted to Linksys router so footage can be pulled from office.
2 camera head units
16 lamp warning light monitor
See II Air foil
Hendrickson Air ride suspension
3 emergency windows
2 side emergency exits
2 roof exits Notes:

*Roof strobe will have ON/OFF SWITCH
* Electric air horn, with switch, use steering wheel to activate when switch is turned on.

Shane Kirley
New York Bus Sales Delivery Driver. (I know its not much, but its a start)


Facebook Page: Blue Bird Corporation Fans
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Edited by - bluebirdvision on 01/01/2010 11:29:18 AM
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96AmTranRE
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USA
51 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  12:21:36 PM  Show Profile  Visit 96AmTranRE's Homepage  Send 96AmTranRE an AOL message  Reply with Quote
cool and that MUST be ALOT to write LOL


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buster133
Advanced Member

USA
415 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  12:29:39 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No sense in typing up specs since my dream bus is truly just a dream!


[URL=http://s7.photobucket.com/user/buster133/media/6f2e0703-1970-4ac9-bb1f-b6b9d7c12297_zps1741e113.jpg.html][/URL]
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Fathertime1968
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USA
73 Posts

Posted - 01/01/2010 :  11:45:58 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I would have to agree with buster133!!! The Carpenter body to me was one of the nicest looking and had a nicely laid out interior. I am proud to be able to say that I rode on two International chassis with Carpenter body school buses throughout my school years!!! Still my favorite bus chassis/body combo!!!!!

Buster133,Where did you get that picture of the Carpenter body on the new International chassis? Did you make that by chance? Where can I get one?

Edited by - Fathertime1968 on 01/01/2010 11:52:25 PM
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hardybusman
Advanced Member

United States
470 Posts

Posted - 01/06/2010 :  5:09:11 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm liking that GMC Wayne and really liking the IC under the Carpenter body. Powered by a mechanical engine and it would be a decent bus

Mr. Courtney Hardy
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scoobydoo6v92
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60 Posts

Posted - 01/14/2010 :  12:38:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit scoobydoo6v92's Homepage  Reply with Quote
My dream schoolbus would be a blue bird vision with an 8.3 cummins and an automatic and low to the ground and a high ceiling cause I am 6'5 and want some head room.I want the highest gear ration I can get I want all the bells and whistles for the driver, A/C of course and I would like to have a lav on it as well since I never seen a schoolie with a bathroom. Air Suspension would be cool as well as airbrakes. another dream bus would be a 1970s Gillig with a DD 671 and a modern Gillig that looks like my Phantom. I wish my Carpenter had an automatic.
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ltrain2010
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7 Posts

Posted - 01/16/2010 :  10:54:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit ltrain2010's Homepage  Reply with Quote
My dream bus would be a 1990s Wayne International with the following specs:
DT466 mechanical
5spd Spicer
air brakes with cushion for parking brake knob
tinted windows with black window frames
manual jacknife door with lock
side e-exit on drivers side
2 roof hatches
AM/FM radio with CD
PA ext/int speakers
backup camera
AC
cupholder

Edited by - ltrain2010 on 01/16/2010 10:55:10 PM
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Jake
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USA
3518 Posts

Posted - 01/17/2010 :  05:41:19 AM  Show Profile  Visit Jake's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by buster133

No sense in typing up specs since my dream bus is truly just a dream!
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y268/buster133/dreambus2.jpg



How did you draw that?
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buster133
Advanced Member

USA
415 Posts

Posted - 01/23/2010 :  07:12:00 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I made this dream bus with with help of Adobe Photodeluxe. It's really more tracing than drawing. The program lets me add layers above the original photo or in this case a photoshop of the IC chassis and the Carpenter body and then with a line tool I basically trace the bus. When it's done I can drop out what ever I don't want from the background and it looks like line art and I can add in what ever colors and other district lettering. I've been doing these for awhile so I have a bit of a collection. I use these images to make graphic T's for fellow bus drivers and for myself as part of my work uniform.

[URL=http://s7.photobucket.com/user/buster133/media/6f2e0703-1970-4ac9-bb1f-b6b9d7c12297_zps1741e113.jpg.html][/URL]
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Jake
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USA
3518 Posts

Posted - 01/23/2010 :  5:42:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit Jake's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Too bad that combo actually exists!

http://schoolbusdriver.org/index1%20.jpg
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2007ICCE200
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34 Posts

Posted - 01/23/2010 :  11:33:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit 2007ICCE200's Homepage  Reply with Quote
My dream bus would be a Wayne International 3800 with:
Air Door
Jacknife Door
Air Ride
Alcoa Chrome Rims
DT466
DT466 Hood Ornament
G2 Fusion LED Lamps
LED Everything else
Strobe Warning Lights
Coach Seats
Tinted Windows with Black Window Frames
AC
AM/FM Radio
Cup Holder
Air Brakes
MD3060 Automatic Tranmission
Roof Strobe with on/off switch+
72 pax.
Silver Grill
Extended Head Room
2 Roof hatches
2 Emergency Exit Windows
Back-Lit Destination Sign
*Or a Thomas International with the same specs*

Edited by - 2007ICCE200 on 01/24/2010 07:25:10 AM
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Jake
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USA
3518 Posts

Posted - 01/24/2010 :  05:27:53 AM  Show Profile  Visit Jake's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by 2007ICCE200

To add to my bus specs is:
jacknife door.



You know you can edit posts by clicking on the pencil/paper icon above your post, right?
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2007ICCE200
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34 Posts

Posted - 01/24/2010 :  07:26:59 AM  Show Profile  Visit 2007ICCE200's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Jake

quote:
Originally posted by 2007ICCE200

To add to my bus specs is:
jacknife door.



You know you can edit posts by clicking on the pencil/paper icon above your post, right?


Thx!!!!!
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2008ThomasC2
Active Member

United States
13 Posts

Posted - 02/04/2010 :  6:27:23 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am fortunate to be able to drive my "dream bus" every day - pics are up in the "manual transmission bus availability" posting in this General Interest forum:

2010 Thomas/Freightliner C2
260 HP Cummins ISB
Fuller 6-Speed Manual
Bendix Air Disc Brakes with ABS
Factory exhaust brake
Rear Stabilizer/Anti Roll Bar
100 Gallon Fuel Tank
Air Driver's Seat
Air Door with vandal lock system
Rear air suspension
White roof
Tinted passenger and rear windows
Front A/C (OEM)primarily for effective demisting/defrosting purposes
AM/FM/CD/PA system with 8 Speakers
10 Interior light's plus driver's light
Heated exterior mirrors
11R 22.5 Michelin tires (highway tread front/gripper snows in rear)
Integrated dash cup holders
Factory Underbody storage compartments (double door, 100" wide)



Edited by - 2008ThomasC2 on 02/04/2010 6:51:02 PM
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WallyG
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United States
254 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2010 :  03:39:38 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My dream bus is NO bus. When I retire in a couple of years I hope never to see another one of those rotten yellow monsters. God I hate them.
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Thomas Ford 85-16
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USA
4170 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2010 :  07:18:23 AM  Show Profile  Visit Thomas Ford 85-16's Homepage  Send Thomas Ford 85-16 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by WallyG

My dream bus is NO bus. When I retire in a couple of years I hope never to see another one of those rotten yellow monsters. God I hate them.


Poor guy, how on earth did you end up in this industry if you are so unhappy???
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BBInt.10
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USA
1042 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2010 :  09:32:34 AM  Show Profile  Visit BBInt.10's Homepage  Send BBInt.10 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Thomas Ford 85-16

quote:
Originally posted by WallyG

My dream bus is NO bus. When I retire in a couple of years I hope never to see another one of those rotten yellow monsters. God I hate them.


Poor guy, how on earth did you end up in this industry if you are so unhappy???



Unfortunately some people are very driven by money, or feel that they are incapable of doing anything else, and go in to a job they hate every day only to make everyone around them miserable. What boggles my mind is why someone like this would then, in their spare time, bother posting on a school bus internet forum!!!

If all your problems are behind you... you must be a school bus driver.

Edited by - BBInt.10 on 02/05/2010 09:37:37 AM
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scoobydoo6v92
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60 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2010 :  3:24:00 PM  Show Profile  Visit scoobydoo6v92's Homepage  Reply with Quote
people can get jaded from a bad experience.
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Tatum
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United States
606 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2010 :  8:10:24 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Maybe when they do it so much, it gets too monotonous for them to handle.

I know computer IT people who don't touch a single computer after getting home from work because they're around them too much at work.
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WallyG
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United States
254 Posts

Posted - 02/06/2010 :  06:50:58 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This would be a great industry if it weren't for the kids, parents, attendants, drivers, principals and oh yeah the buses.
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scoobydoo6v92
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Posted - 02/07/2010 :  5:03:24 PM  Show Profile  Visit scoobydoo6v92's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well I have no trouble with the superintendent nor the principal nor parents. The only problem I have is that one driver likes to take all the ball games and so I can't. I don't think it is the industry as much as what district. Some factories suck to work for others are very good. I think it is like that with any field. Our bus fleet is new and that makes a difference i think. They are well maintained. But it is easy when your disrict only has 7 buses.
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Ian
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Posted - 12/29/2010 :  08:19:07 AM  Show Profile  Visit Ian's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Mine Would Be A 1998 AmTran International 3800
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