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I found this interesting infographic on the Rolling Vistas blog, and thought I'd repost it here for anyone that might be interested in seeing a great comparison between the different sizes of school buses out there. I've also included their YouTube video on the subject since it's pretty informative.

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you stayed with some of my friends in austin years ago and they refered to you as "school bus matt" haha. They were like..oh hes got some website or something and eventually i figured out they were talkin about you

were these the kids that lived on kiko's farm? or an apartment in south austin? the farm kids were kinda annoying hippies but da punx in the apartment were fun as fuck and i miss them.
 

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Thanks for sharing Matty. No mention of converting a double decker though.. that would be something, taking things to "another level" so to speak..

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