Down at the Scout store
I had an errand to run today and decided to go the long way so we could go past Super Scouts.
They always have something interesting, and today’s offering didn’t disappoint.
Anyone need a Travelall airport limo?
Maybe more importantly who lives where the length and turning radius won’t be a problem.
WhoIsTheLeader last edited by
@kiltedpadre That's amazing! What even though? What use could you possibly have for it?
@whoistheleader There’s a sticker in the back window that looks like it’s last owner was a hunting preserve. I didn’t have the time to get out and look, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the back was used to carry dogs, and those places often do large group outings on their property.
They could carry 10 people plus gear in a single vehicle, and it probably never left the property so the size wouldn’t be an issue.
Originally it would’ve been either a hotel or resort shuttle.
Boxer_4 last edited by
@kiltedpadre It's like an off-road Checker Aerobus!
@boxer_4 I was thinking a more modern version of the Yellowstone park buses.
dead_elvis last edited by
@kiltedpadre I'm not entirely sure an old binder, regardless of length, would have been too much more "modern" than those old Yellowstone rigs. Newer? I'll give you that.
The ones they run in Glacier NP now have all been converted to Ford running gear & mounted on E-series chassis, mostly propane-fueled.
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@dead_elvis Hey now the old binder would be OHV instead of a flathead and would’ve left the factory with tubeless tires.
The rest is basically a tractor with road gearing and an enclosed body though.