Hoping to sell before winter! Husband and I enjoyed living in our bus Spring-September this year after a long time of working on it, but we were unable to finish or go full-time as we had some big life things happen all at once, so we’re hoping to rehome our bus before winter as we don’t have a plan or place to keep it at this point. We’re asking ~22,000 OBO.
29-foot exterior length
Approx. 20 feet interior from back of the bus to the back of the captains chair, and just a touch over 7 feet wide interior.
8 windows long
Two skylights, two fans in the ceiling
Semi finished, would make a great blank slate for design of your choice, or the current design could be continued.
Runs great, and it is both inspected and registered for 2023! Has updated Title. It is road-ready.
Some of the details about our adventure bus:
Rustic pine ceiling, white lauan over fully framed walls, FULLY INSULATED (sheep wool walls/ceiling, foam board under floor). Currently has electric hookup, main switch box, multiple finished outlets inside, and wires run for lighting. Has a water heater hooked up to water intake, but no other plumbing or drainage started other than a few water lines (we do have a lot of the materials for that though, just ran out of time). New gorgeous water-resistant wood-look flooring. Insulated over wheel wells and boxed those in. A bathroom frame has been built (we have the materials to tile it and the hardware for the shower but that hasn’t been done yet), a small closet or pantry has been built, a recently-repainted thrifted kitchen cabinet (approx. 6 feet long, lots of storage), and there is a hand built twin-to-king convertible bed frame. (bathroom, closet, antique cabinets, and bed are all easy to remove with a day’s work, leaving you a fully blank slate space).
Has the original doors, dash, and captains chair. Removed old wiring and uninstalled the emergency backdoor alarm.
We have all past owner info. (We bought this from a couple who wanted to renovate it and were unable to, and they bought it from the fire and rescue in VT). Recent repairs: brake line fix, rear leaf spring u-bolt, a few small seal repairs for roof. We have all past repairs on paper for the new owners as well. Some upcoming maintenance for this bus would be just to repair the surface rust underneath as a preventative measure, and the back window next to the door needs to be resealed.
Honestly an absolute gem of a bus and we were so lucky and happy to work on it and live in it.