I bought this bus back in 2018 and started converting it into my dream home on wheels. After about a year, it was done and I was on the road! We have settled down and bought a house after years 3 years on the road and it’s time to give it a new home.
Fully off grid living
Renogy solar panels (monocrystalline) x500w
Renogy solar controller
3000w power inverter
30amp RV hook up
Transfer switch (automatically switches between solar and shore power)
90 gallon fresh water tank
3.5gpm water pump
Tankless propane instant water heater
Water tank heating pads with 12v switch to keep water from freezing in winter
50gallon drum for grey water
Nature’s Head compost toilet
Steel trough shower with Moen valve
Extra deep kitchen sink, with pullout sprayer faucet
LED lighting throughout skoolie
Dimmer switches, USB/outlets throughout
Galantz 10 cubic ft retro refrigerator
Stainless steel 3 burner stove converted to propane
Butcher block counter tops
Slow close cabinet drawers
Full XL bed (54×80) and Lucid memory foam mattress
Full size couch that converts to a Full XL bed as well (54×80)
LG smart TV (42″?) With HDMI ran through walls for DVD/game console/ or other device
RCA antenna on roof for local TV stations
Wood burning stove/fireplace that really works!
Life proof brand flooring throughout
Pine tongue and groove ceiling throughout
Class 4 hitch
Exterior toolboxes added to underside of bus for tools/supplies
Bus comes with window AC unit that can be run off a small generator off grid, or when shore power is used.
The bus has a factory ceiling height 2 inches taller than standard bus which really makes a difference! We also found the desired Allison 2000 transmission which is much stronger and higher quality that the average bus transmission. We have driven coast to coast over 7 times and never had a single issue with the bus other than running out of fuel one time…
There is so much to talk about this bus with the right person. We definitely have mixed feeling about selling it but we just don’t use it very much anymore.