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Old 09-16-2013, 05:48 AM   #1
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American Fork, UT: Recommend Shop/Mechanic

American Fork, UT: Recommendation for a Shop/Mechanic

MCI : 1981 MCI MC9 Bus Conversion in American Fork, UT

I am now seriously considering this bus as a fulltime rig. It will be for me and my two cats.* I love the open layout, quirky design, and ease in keeping it clean.* And that all the window are still in - lots of light. However it will need some work for it to be useable in states with cold snaps.* *Your thoughts/opinions appreciated.I would be hugely grateful for a recommendation of a local shop/mechanic to check this bus out.* How much should it cost for mechanical and house systems?*

I am from NJ* in the Navy Reserve on extended duty in South Carolina.*


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