As previously mentioned, the body needed a fair amount of work in a number of places. None of the work was extensive, as it was mostly shallow dents in deep scratches and faded paint. However, the number of small places added up to a significant amount of hammer and dolly work, and sanding.  Paint was practically gone from the roof. It was an easy decision to return the bus to its original flash silver color, which looks more like a very light beige metallic to me.  I was not a fan of the two tone blue scheme. This decision reduced costs, and also reduced turnaround time for getting the job done. The end result will not win any awards at shows, but the bus looks significantly better as a starting point.

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