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Contributing Authors?

     So, just what makes all these folks "Contributing Authors?" They're people just like you with a common interest in bus conversions, sharing solutions to projects relating to the conversion process, AND they have taken the time to share this with you, so hopefully their lessons learned will improve your knowledge and the results of your project.

     If you have something that you would like to share, please email me at thallusa1st@gmail.com, and I will be happy to post it here. You may submit your articles in any format that is easiest for you, please include drawings and/or photos if you like, and I will ensure its posted here with full credit for your time and work to "pay it forward" to others, so they may benefit from your experiences.

Bill Phillips of Coachworks - Classic Coaches Bill shares his view on coach conversion topics and is always there to help.

Fred Hobe - North Florida Bus Conversions  Advice and tips from a Pro.

FAST FRED - Heavy Duty door lock for you coach.

George Lowrys' Page  I am very excited to have one of the most knowledgeable authorities in the coach conversion area here on CCC to share with us his expertise. We should all be so lucky to have someone like George who has "been there and done that" to answer all your questions. George Lowry is an expert in the coach conversion process with extensive knowledge on all phases.

Hawks' article on electric baggage bay door locks  How would you like to lock all your baggage bays with a flip of a switch? No more running around checking all the doors to see if you remembered to lock them.

LD Tullis - Tullis Electric There are so many misconceptions about coach wiring. To get everyone started on the basics, LD has a primer to help explain some designing concepts. Also new, is an article on RV batteries.

Roger Enderson How to refinish your coach.

Tom Hall Run out of fuel? No problem..... NOT. Read why you need to have a fuel priming system and how to build one.