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SOLD! Emery Eagle - 1989 Model 20 with 2008 Conversion

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1989 EAGLE – 2008 Conversion
NEVER USED: 1989 Eagle 20, 2008 conversion. This coach has a very professional look, not a homemade appearance. Features include: 14’ slide-out, 470 hp Detroit Diesel 60 series, Allison 4-speed transmission, 2 speed Jakes, 10 kw generator with 100 hrs, 3 ducted roof A/C, bus air, satellite TV (26” flatscreen) with surround sound, eight 8D AGM batteries, two 8D starting batteries, propane water heater and forced air unit, Gaggenau cooktop, 165 gal. fresh water tank, 165 gal. grey/black tank, Joey-bed slide in front bay, back-up camera, air ride driver’s seat, Big Foot levelers, brushed stainless steel household size refrig/freezer, Microflush toilet, combo washer/dryer, GE Profile combo convection/microwave oven, queen-size island bed. Designer fabrics used throughout. Numerous pull-out drawers in galley and pantry. This coach is loaded with all the amenities you need for travel or living aboard. For more info: emerycrush@gmail.com or call: (951) 333-2430. Located in Orange County, CA.

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Dale Houston
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I love the 20s!
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It has been painted I told that guy the vertical seams where going to show up big time guess he didn't believe me. I like the cabinet locks he used


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What are the vertical seams?
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If you look close at the exterior, you can see seams where one piece of metal/fiberglass are overlapped. He did this instead of using one solid piece.
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Julio, when I was in school I always had a problem with vertical and horizontal the teacher drew a L on the blackboard and in front of the class told me the top of the L was vertical and the bottom was horizontal never forgot that LOL


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I keep looking at this 20 I don't if that is the right Eagle or not this one looks like a regular model 20 not a NJT to many Eagles out there.
The one I saw was at H&B anyone know if this was a NJT makes no difference still a good looking bus for the bucks.


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Clifford,
I elected to use steel siding on this conversion and I knew the overlapped seams would show. I don't think it looks as bad as you seem to. I don't think we have talk about this issue, have we?
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Bill, if H&B or Morrison didn't do the slide I have the wrong bus when I saw the model 20 he was doing it was primed no paint and was a NJT belonged to a guy in Riverside Ca and his seams looked bad with out paint.
He was about 45 to 50 5ft 8 or so btw, I could live with seams and your bus is a good buy I think for the work involved.
The thing I recall the most was a guy paying 75 grand for 28sf of space



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Clifford, I am pretty sure this is an NJT unless someone changed a lot of regular 20 stuff to NJT stuff. This bus has stainless and pantograph doors that regular 20s didn't have. The driver height looks right for an NJT too. side marker lights, though updated, are the style and placement of the NJTs. Single air intake vent on the back. Rubber fenders. Curb side only fuel fill. Cafe style engine doors. But of course, we all know I am an NJT fan anyway.

Bill, the rear cap is obviously changed from the NJT, but it still has the vents. Did you (they) keep the over-the-road air conditioning up there?

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