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I am selling my 2003 Chevy Bluebird Fully Converted 40’ Skoolie. Caterpillar engine.
I personally did the whole conversion myself in a process that took nearly five years. There is a lot of information listed below so feel free to call or text me with other questions. It’s a beautiful bus and would make the right person very happy but my life has changed since when I started this project and it’s time for me to move on so I would like to sell it and hopefully pass that stoke onto someone else. Keep in mind the ceiling height is no more than 6’ so probably not the best for really tall people but hey you could easily make it work if you wanted.
-40 gallon fresh water tank mounted underneath (there is room to add another 40 gallon tank down below if you wanted, could possibly have 80 gallons total)
-75 gallon grey water tank
-Full size Casper Foam mattress with three big pullout drawers underneath
-garage space in the back for tarp awning, camping accessories, bikes, etc.
-Norcold Propane fridge with freezer drawer (AC power too)
-3 burner Atwood stove (storage for two twenty gallon tanks outside where the propane system is actually fed from) and two spare tanks inside if you wanna keep extra for long trips
-propane tankless hot water heater for shower and sink
-big stainless steel Ruvati sink with industrial style faucet
-swing up oak dining table could seat 3ppl or fold it down for more space for yoga or your dogs bed etc
-Whitewashed cedar tongue and groove ceiling
–skylight above bed
-2 flood lights on each side exterior and 1 on the back
-Roughly 7’ long couch that manually pulls out into about a full size bed (with lots of storage underneath..could store guitars, camping stuff, big stuff etc)
-lots of cabinet space. Soft closing hinges, all real wood construction and durable finished coat
-Pergo Outlast tongue and groove flooring
-lots of reclaimed pallet wood from the area I did my build
-beautiful glass subway tile shower with pebble mosaic flooring (shower was built with schluter board not cement board. It’s lighter and better shock absorbing)
-roughly 3’ wide hanging closet
-600w of solar panels on roof. 3000w pure sine wave inverter.
4 Trojan Deep cycle batteries. Victron Bluetooth battery monitor hooks up to your phone.
Lots of 120v outlets in the bus. There is an outlet in the bedroom that is located for a tv, although I just have a painting there now.
-NEW BRAKE CALIPERS/PADS/Brake lines
-ALL NEW TIRES LESS THAN 800 miles on them
-Motorcycle rack on the bike for smaller bikes like my Enduro (which I could sell as well)
-Tow bar setup to tow your car behind (would most likely need the right mounting hardware to be installed to your vehicle (but if interested I could sell my 96 ford ranger with it)
Future possible improvements you might want to make:
-add a roof top deck on the back half
Please call or text at 239-564-0352 to ask questions or just chat about it. The bus is located in southwest Florida..it is currently insured under national general for only like $100 a month.