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Old 12-22-2013
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I live in Plantation, Fl, which is just west of Ft Lauderdale. Where in the Miami area are you? I would be interested in looking at your bus.

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Old 12-24-2013
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What are the significant features, or lack of, on a "Wanderlodge II"?
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We seem to think BB tried to lower the overall cost,
but mostly the same, and all are different, some changes I remember
reading about are painted school bus bumpers, no leveling jacks.
other will remember more, seems very few were manufactured.
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Remember, no reason for any two to be the same
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Just a guess!!
But i would say that the W-II started out as a cheaper/less frills coach,but each year the customer wanted more,and more.
In a few years the W-II was right up there,same price as the FC Wanderlodge.

The same thing happened with the BMC 37.
At the end of the production run,the BMC had goat rails and everything the WB had..
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Just a guess!!
But i would say that the W-II started out as a cheaper/less frills coach,but each year the customer wanted more,and more.
In a few years the W-II was right up there,same price as the FC Wanderlodge.

The same thing happened with the BMC 37.
At the end of the production run,the BMC had goat rails and everything the WB had..
I agree with you buddy and I have appraised a few W-II over the years and what several folks fail to remember is Blue Bird smelled the money in your wallet and would do whatever it took to get it into theirs. Basically the W-II I've seen had no goat rails, some had leveler's and some didn't. Some had bags but most had springs. As for the interior the major differences I saw were no altimeters, everything else was pretty much the same. I have even heard of a 96 BMC 40 footer that had an 8V92, but I have wondered if that was true.
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is it still for sale? pat casey 410-698-7317
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