An International Chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association

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New Eagle Production Record Category Added

We have added a Category (see left side of the website page) that contains amazing documentation of Eagle production.  Currently the documentation is finished through 1980 production.  The link to the page containing the documents is here

Technical Archive Forum Added

As the result of a suggestion by one of our forum members, we have created a new forum that will be used to archive detailed technical threads that have high priority for Eagle Bus Owners. This forum will mainly be used to ask questions that do not require detailed responses.

Selected threads from this forum are being moved to the Technical Archives so that they will be a bit easier to review. Only the threads that are deemed to be high priority will be moved. Once transferred here they will be locked.

Clear as mud? Think of this forum as a forum that allows quick questions to be answered with fairly simple answers and the Technical Archive forum as a mini-technical reference manual.

Here is the link to the forum:  http://www.eagles-international.net/forums/viewforum.php?f=15

Technical Articles Posted in our Website

We have posted several technical articles that have been published in Bus Conversions magazine.  These articles relate directly to our Eagle buses.

The articles are published with permission from Bus Conversions Magazine.

To get to the articles click on “Articles” link under “Categories” in the left hand menu.

Branson Bus Rally

Wednesday October 3, 2012

Branson Bus RallWednesday October 3, 2012 was a big day for Byron and Betty Pigg the hosts of the Eagles International Branson 7 Day Rally. After months of preparing the big day had arrived. Bryon had all of the reserved spaces assigned at the Branson Lakeside RV Park. Betty had worked her magic with the fall display to make people feel more welcome. One by one the big beautiful Eagle Conversions started to roll in and it was not long until everyone had finished their ritual of connecting water, power, TV and sewer. Then they could get down to the serious business of catching up on all the gossip since the last rally. This usually included what had happened with their bus, dogs and grandchildren.