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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:53 pm


80" is 6'7". Just about any raised bus at all should have that. A standard Eagle inside height is about 6'3". My 8" raise took me to 6'11" and I figure to come back down about 3-4" for insulation and ducting leaving me 6'7"-6'8". I think that is pretty standard. So these other Eagles must not be raised at all.

luvrbus wrote:Steve mine is coming up for sale after the May rally it has 6'8" head room


What's that about? Got a new one in the works?
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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:04 pm


Songman, many of these eagles have the right height until you get to the roof air. For now I am being fussy and looking for one that I do not have to duck under. Perhaps later in the year I will get less high maintenance.




Ok Clifford, I'll bite. Why are you selling yours? I found a few photos on the board here and it looks great. When you have a chance send me a spec sheet / price and some interior photos.

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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:36 pm


I spent some time on Clifford's bus at Quartzsite. It is really nice.

I plan to have between 6'7" and 6'8" inside once I get everything done. Of course, my plan is to use basement airs but my ducting will still be in the ceiling. I am 6'2" and I agree that I don't want to have to worry about hitting my head on anything.
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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:20 pm


Steve, I don' t know how much I will be asking I have all new blinds that need to be to install,redo the floors the guy that started it never finished and what he did do looks so bad I am going to start all over and I need to install the new 32' TV in the overhead just waiting on the power lifts for it , I have a new pure sine inverter to install and get the Villia coach recovered in leather so much to do and so little time.But I don't have roof airs I have Cursiair units and will keep watching you looking for a coach and keep you posted they are out there just take your time.Sonnie Gray has a 05 for sale but I don't know anything about it may it work for you. Good luck

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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:26 pm


Clifford

Sounds like we should talk, those are projects that I might be willing to take on. Need to learn more about your bus first. I will PM you my contact info.

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Re: WTB: Converted Eagle
Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:22 pm


Steve,

Just a couple of words on Clifford's Eagle......IT'S A VERY NICE COACH.....

A gorgeous paint job and lots of bells and whistles. You could not go wrong with it.

Clifford,

Sorry to see you're are selling it! I guess that means we won't see it at TBR HUH! :cry:
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