Nick, and the Things Blog 2017-05-16T15:47:08+00:00

Nick, and the Things Blog

Nick makes things, including bus conversions. Read about all the things here.

Bus Conversion: Insulation and More – Floor, Walls and Ceiling, Oh My

Before Michelangelo could craft a masterpiece, he first had to create a blank canvas. As it goes for Michelangelo, so goes it for Vicaribus. After the teardown was complete, the next step was re-insulating and boarding up [...]

By | June 20th, 2017|Categories: A Bus Story, Bus Conversion, Nick, and the Things|1 Comment

Bus Conversion: Remove the really cold dual A/C systems

Why on earth would one remove two - yes, two - very cold, very working, custom A/C units from a bus that one also plans to live in? The answer is very simple, and two [...]

By | April 15th, 2017|Categories: A Bus Story, Bus Conversion, Nick, and the Things|1 Comment

Bus Conversion: Make engine’s presence less known inside

This one was a quicky that went way better than I expected, though I haven't really tested to see if there is any actual improvement. The situation: the engine on this bus sits further back, [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Categories: A Bus Story, Bus Conversion, Nick, and the Things|0 Comments

Bus Conversion: Replace rusty old fuel sender unit

About 100 miles into my first ride in the bus, I realized the gas gauge hadn't moved. For the next 2200 miles or so I just guessed as to how much gas I had, which [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Categories: A Bus Story, Bus Conversion, Nick, and the Things|0 Comments
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