Completed to 99.9% and it’s just ready and waiting for some personalized finishing touches. Most everything is new and unused including the Nature’s head composting toilet. We have curtains for all of the windows and it gets pretty dark with them on. And the flooring is in. It needs to be glued down, but all the hard work is done. Plus, the glue is in the bus along with all of the extra paint. We have a coat of primer on the outside of the bus, but we mostly focused on building the inside. We have more primer for a second coat, but then you can finish painting it any color you’d like.
Listed at 50,000 but we are willing to negotiate with legitimate offers. Why are we selling it? Because we no longer have the need to travel like we did when we bought it. We put our blood, sweat, and tears into this thing. Literally. And we would love it to go to a home that will appreciate it for what it is and finish it up to make it theirs.
Below is our vlog documenting our build. www.youtube.com/channel/UC2B9aidEs7F_VaeWS4S24Xg
Bus specs: 2004 international bus Diesel fuel 6 new tires were installed in may 2022.
Engine is either Navistar DT466E. Transmission is an Allison A2000 automatic.
Roof raised a foot and a half
Bus length 35 ft bumper to bumper (~38ft if you include the roof deck)
4 – 400 w solar panels (1,600 watts total)
4 – 300 ah lithium batteries (1,200 amps total, 14,400 watts total)
2 – inverters capable of 3000 watts of power (6000 watts total) A lot of outlets
Renogy 100A MPPT charge controller
Viktron smart shunt with bluetooth
3 set stationary beds, but designed to sleep 7 people. Has hooks to hang 2 hammocks and a swing simultaneously. Yeah that’s right, it’s pretty sweet.
Class 5 trailer hitch attached
~11 foot roof deck installed on the back half of the bus (3ft of it extends off the back) 100 gallon freshwater tank 1 – 16 gallon gray water tank (under kitchen) where the kitchen and bathroom sink drain 1 – 21 gallon gray water tank (under shower) where the shower drains and we had plans for a washer/dryer combo unit that would drain into it too. 1 – electric 11 gallon water heater (possible to hook up to engine radiator to heat while driving)
Bus definitely has it’s quirks, but we always thought it gave it character. If you’re interested let us know and we’ll go through the quirks with you.