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1991 International 3800 DTA360 5.9L Turbo Diesel; Fuller-Eaton 6 speed Manual Trans (5.38); 145,000 miles. Odometer reads 32,597. Previous owner said he changed the gauges. Regardless, it has many more miles to go.
After purchase, the bus had a major tune-up with all maintenance (filters/fluids/grease) and repairs: new exhaust manifold gasket, new turbo gasket, new exhaust pipe and clamps. A few minor Electrical issues repaired: switches, headlights, high beams, marker and interior lights all functional.
New front tires, existing Dayton Rims, New front and rear brake pads and rotors. New brake lines front to back, Emergency brake repaired. New front and rear shocks. One extra tire.
I have receipts for all parts and work done by a professional mechanic at a discounted rate. Actual labor cost would have been double. Comes with printed manual.
Drove 3000 miles with no issues
Oil & fuel filter change after 3000 mile trip
All seats gutted, No window leaks or glass cracks. There are some window latches that are broken. I have the parts and can advise on how to repair. I purchased a new Driver’s side sliding window, because the old one had condensation. Not installed.
Solid exterior, some rust. Worst part is the back door. Had welding done to drivers side rear quarter floor and re-fabricated wheel well. Removed all flaking rust from floor and applied Rust converter and two coats of oil based grey paint to the entire floor and up the chair rail. Holes covered with pennies and liquid nails (I would redo this). Floating 3/4” plywood floor cut to size and in place with cut out for fuel sensor access. Foam underneath plywood. Started insulating the sidewalls and installing plywood.
There is a coating the entire length of the underside of the bus which is flaking off, but appears to have done its job and floor looks good from underneath.
36 feet long, 11 windows each side, Dog nose, Thomas body. 27.5’ x 7.5’ Interior space front to rear. Six foot interior height, original ceiling. Decals have been removed from the outside. Started to sand and primer the exterior. Fiberglass hood was in fair condition with gouges from an orbital sander. Entire hood sanded by hand and primed. IMO it is now acceptable.
I have a ton of building materials from gutting the inside. (It was a party bus; sorry, sold the stripper pole). It had bench seats along the inside which have been disassembled; 2x4s, 2x6s, 1/2” and 3/4” plywood, tongue and groove pine, 4 speakers, seat pads. I also have some camper/RV parts: over the wheel water tank (40 gallon?), small water tank, slide outs, step up, screen door, screens, and miscellaneous hardware and cabinet doors. I have a kitchen sink, bathroom sink, cabinets, industrial grade linoleum, mahogany boards from a boat (Was going to use for exterior wood sidewalls and new back door) and some dressers. 700 W inverter included. Any materials you would like are included with the bus. I’m keeping my fridge and maybe the kitchen sink 🤣
It also has a rear view camera hard wired to a switch with an extra camera not installed yet.
Titled as a motor home
Tires are muddy cuz it was stuck.
Bus is in Wisconsin
Any questions, just ask.
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