2001 Freightliner FS-65 Partial Conversion

by Dylan Chapman
Published: May 15, 2024 (4 days ago)
$13,000
Model
FS-65
Year
2001
Mileage
22850
Engine
Transmission
Size
Features

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Hello, this is my 2001 freightliner FS 65. it is located in North Carolina (will deliver or meet at a middle point) and has been a part of the North Carolina school systems until I bought it about six months ago, it has the caterpillar 3126 and the Allison 2000 automatic transmission. it has very low miles at 22,800 and is in great condition with no rust. I bought this bus to turn into a schoolie and travel. However, my financial situation and my situation in life is changing and as much as I would love to keep it, I am unable to. The construction is insulated with 1 inch foam board underneath subfloor material on top, it has froth Pak spray foam insulation on the ceilings and where the 10 windows were taken out, and has R15 insulation everywhere else. When you walk into the bus, there’s cabinets over the driver seat, to the left is the kitchen area, with cabinets above the right is the dining room, couch, and electrical system. Pass that is the shower room on the right, with the toilet room that, and two large closets on either side. There is a bed built on a platform for extra space on hydraulic lift so you have plenty of room to store underneath. All the studs are two by threes except for a few that will be needing a little bit more weight on them. There’s plenty of room in the spacious Bus, right at 26 1/2 feet of livable space and the total length is 35 feet. I have most of the water system and the electrical system completely done outside of buying the batteries, there is a shore power connector. The bus is done except the outside finishing layer of wood on the inside and paint on the outside. The bus comes with paint and clearcoat everything that you need for the water and everything that you need for the electrical system. I have professional grade solar panels are 3 1/2’ x 7’ tall and will give them away for good price with the bus, but I am willing to sell those separately. The bus has two gray water tanks at 55 gallons each and two freshwater tanks at 55 gallons each. Both with mounts that are welded directly to the frame the bus. Please let me know if you’re interested. Have a great day. Asking 13,000 OBO, feel free to call or text me at 716-602-8300 thank you! FaceTime or Video calls can be arranged Monday- Thursday after 430PM eastern Friday after 1pm eastern and any time on the weekends!

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