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1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
06-07-2016, 12:29
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1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
F.Y.I.

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/doc/r...86379.html

5 Pictures, Gray & White w/Blue, Pink & Green Stripes. 137.5K Miles. $22K. Near Wash., DC.

"Beautiful 1989 BlueBird PT40 Foot Wanderlodge. Only 137,400 miles.
This coach has been professionally maintained by our own Motor Coach Charter Bus Company.
We have done every update that we can think of to keep it like new condition with exceptions as has been noted."
("as has been noted" Where?")

Frank DiLaura
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06-07-2016, 20:30
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
If mechanicals sound, that is a good deal. But, no "as noted" to be found!
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07-21-2016, 22:49 (This post was last modified: 07-21-2016 22:50 by PhrankinPhoenix.)
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16 & 07-15-16
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https://springfieldil.craigslist.org/rvs...09501.html

4 Pictures. This coach is still for sale.

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07-22-2016, 18:23
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
looks like pink cabinets

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07-22-2016, 20:59
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
"This coach has been professionally maintained by our own Motor Coach Charter Bus Company."

This sure sounds like a familiar wording that pops up every so often on Craigslist. Kinda like that M380 that shows up every so often for some rediculous low price.

FWIW,

Mike Bulriss
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07-22-2016, 21:47
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
same old story, 3rd verse

Ernie Ekberg
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08-07-2016, 11:41
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16 & 08-06-16
a.k.a. "Wack-a-mole!"
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https://asheville.craigslist.org/rvs/5719723845.html

3 Pictures. $22K. Now showing in Ashville, NC.

"Beautiful 1989 BlueBird PT 40 Foot Wanderlodge. Only 137,400 miles.
This coach has been professionally maintained by Motor Coach Charter Bus Company.
Coach has never been in snow, garaged in heated garage in summer and fall and parked in winter.
Total coach miles the past six years is 12,000
Powered by the Big 475 Horsepower Detroit Diesel 8V-92 it will eat the mountains.
The Wanderlodge made by the Blue Bird School Bus Company was the most expensive motor coach made at one time.
No fiberglass to crack, steel on steel, a real Sherman Tank. Features a diamond plated roof where
chairs can be sat on for viewing attractions, races, etc...
Excellent condition and ready for road...!!!!"

Frank DiLaura
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Yesterday, 12:06 (This post was last modified: Yesterday 12:12 by RG1967.)
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RE: 1989 PT40 @ Craig's List on 06-01-16
https://northplatte.craigslist.org/boa/d...48917.html

Hello wanderlodge people. Guess how I arrived here?
Yes, apparently the too good to be true mountain eating Sherman tank is still up for sale. All over the place.

https://texarkana.craigslist.org/rvs/d/d...31045.html
This was the original listing that caught my eye. I was understandably intrigued. As the listing was a month old I tried to find it for sale elsewhere by a couple different means. I did, some of which had been flagged. Anyway, im thankful for this forum....which came up on the text string I mentioned. Now I dont have to wonder...

Also, Im really po'ed at this huckster now. My wife really was into those pink cabinets.
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