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|School Bus Windows||Mark||12-7-03|
|I would to find (cheap) a bunch of school bus side windows for a project I'm working on. What I need is the upper sliding window with the side and top track (aprox. 12" high x 2' wide) or anything close would work, as long as the track is not bent.|
|Re: School Bus Windows||buster||12-22-03|
i see buses everywhere on the east coast. i was in a ny junkyard today that had several, northern ga. has a huge stockpile. they are everywhere. where are you looking.
|Re: School Bus Windows||corey in NH||12-24-03|
|I have a whole bus worth of windows I just removed from a 1991 Thomas MVP 31 bus. They are yours for the taking if you can get to New Hampshire. I don't want the hassle of shipping, sorry. All but one are intact although the top rails may be slightly bent as I used an air chisel to cut the top mounting screw on them. Three are the emergency type and there are probably 19 of the regular kind.|
|Re: School Bus Windows||Mark||12-22-03|
|I build deer stand towers and I’ve been using Plexiglas for windows, they don’t seem like they’ll last very long and scratch easy. I built two towers with school bus flat side windows and they came out great, but now I’m out of windows. The frame work for the tower can be built around the windows, so, just about any size will work as long as they will open. If I can get a good supply of windows that are close to being the same, I’ll buy’em, any help would be appreciated|