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Custom Hot-Rod Party Bus Turns Heads

Posted on August 17, 2015

What started life as a 1947 Chevrolet bus used by the Boy Scouts sat for years as little more than a storage shed in Honea Path when its owner at the time decided to put it up for sale on an online auction site. Gerald King, who owns King’s Kustomizing & Collision Center in Easley, was searching for a project at the time and happened upon the derelict people-hauler, noticing it was local.

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