There is a pending offer on this bus…check back in two weeks if you’re interested. If the sale doesn’t go through I’ll repost it.
Newly finished skoolie conversion earlier this summer. Lots of tongue and groove wood throughout. Queen size bed with lots of storage beneath and above. The rear door is still accessible with removable bed supports for moving furniture and toys in and out. Nice shower with tile floor and fiberglass walls. Compost bucket toilet with urine diverter. Full-size kitchen sink. 20-gallon fresh water and 20-gallon gray water tank. Wired with 30 amp plug with outlets and led lights throughout. New 7-gallon water heater. Compact fridge and electric two-burner cooktop. Lots of cabinets and extra storage in the kitchen. Wood dining table that folds down for more space. Two box drums for seats at the table or use them for end tables…or just beat on them. Full size, super comfortable couch. Lots of extra space to add more furniture or customize to fit your needs. 157,800 miles The engine is a 366 chevy big block…not sure what the transmission is. The engine sounds and runs good. The exhaust pipe has some JB weld repair patches on the rear section. The tires still have some tread left on them, but would probably need an upgrade if you were going to use them in the snow. Just put a brand new battery in it.
It does have an inch of insulation in the ceiling and some in the walls behind the cabinets, but it’s not set up for winter use in a cold climate.
The bus is located in CDA Idaho. We’re about an hour from the Spokane WA airport. We’ve had at least 60 inquiries on this bus in the last 5 weeks and only one person has come to look at it. We’ve had offers of trades for jeeps, vans, trucks, guns and all sorts of stuff… We’d really just like cash. This was a project that my son and I did together so he could earn enough money to buy his first car. It’s been sitting on the lawn for about 3 months now so we’d like to see it find a new home. We’re asking 14,500 for it so he can get paid for his time doing the conversion and the materials he has purchased. There is nothing wrong with this bus…it’s a great deal at this price for the first person to bring a reasonable cash offer.