Feb 10, 2004
The following photo(s) are © copyrighted by Dozerman (USA)
A friend of mine was out and about on vacation and he came across this school bus and took this photo and sent it on to me. I think this conversion is very unique and ingenious. The nose looks like a 1948 Ford Pick up truck nose. So I am assuming it would be a '48 ish converted school bus. I've been getting into the school bus / conversion bus interest for a few years now, so when I see a good one, I try to take a picture of it for my library collection.
I am sending two of my favorite ones, for your site. May you wish to use them on your visitors page for the world to see? Thanks for letting me visit the site. It was quite intersesting and informative. Enjoy my photos.
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Bob Welsh | Jun 19, 2010 | 8:26 am
Great pictures. May I have the owner's name to contact directly? thanks, Bob Welsh 317 780-1937 Indianapolis, Indiana 29 Model A Ford Bus (I was also born in 1929)
glenn burney | Aug 29, 2010 | 6:25 am
Can you please tell me the person who built the 48 pickup/bus conversion please as Im seeking photos of the inside etc
ms barnett | Jul 18, 2011 | 11:26 am
we are having a car show to earn money for our fifth graders to go to science camp. It would be awesome to get some fabulous school buses there. Is there anyway to get ahold of the owner to see if that is possible?
Norm Reid | Feb 24, 2012 | 6:36 pm
In the late 1930's, I rode to school in an old bus probably made in the 1920's. I still remember the sign inside and over the windshield: "You are riding in a White Bus". We would tease the bus driver saying the bus wasn't white, it was green. Does anyone have information on the White Bus Company?