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35 ft 1998 International School Bus T444E
- Diesel engine with 40 gallon tank
- All NEW tires in 2021
- NEW radiator 2021
- Last serviced on 09/01/2021
- NEW power steering lines
- Iceco chest fridge/freezer combo
- Tankless Water Heater
- Fresh water tank and gray tank.
- Nature’s Head Composting Toilet
- Panda Washer-Dryer Combo
- Honda gas generator
- Cusimax induction cooktop
- Storage hitch
- Brand NEW, included but not yet installed:
- Maxx Air Fan
- Mini Split
- 1320 Watt Solar Kit (4 Panels mounted on roof)
- 3 Renogy Batteries (600 total amp hours)
Beautifully converted skoolie registered as Class A Motorhome in Illinois. Ready to move in! You walk into the living area with a spacious Home Reserve couch with built-in storage. The living room flows into the kitchen and dinette. The kitchen boasts plenty of counter space, storage and a deep double sink. Behind the dinette is additional storage which I used for clothes and linens. Towards the back of the bus is the bathroom area. There is a composting toilet. The plumbing is in place for a shower to be installed but is currently unfinished (though there is an outdoor shower). Currently plug in electric only, but was being converted for boondocking. Everything needed for boondocking is included, just need to be taken to electrician to get set up. Solar panels are installed to the roof but have not yet been hooked up to the existing electrical system. Decor, mattress and TV not included.
Selling because life happened and living on a skoolie was no longer in the cards. I lived and travelled on the bus for 2 months. It was so much fun! The bus was such a sweet home for the time. I wish I could continue for longer! The temperatures fluctuated at highest the low 90s during the day and lowest low 30s at night. The insulation kept the bus very comfortable, though it did get a little cold at which point a small space heater (included) heats up the space quickly. The bus starts up every time and did just fine driving through the mountains in Chattanooga, though I did need to downshift and take it slow. She cruises on the highway at 55-60, max speed 65.