International with a t444e engine. 40′ Flat-nose Pusher.
New Batteries. New Water Pump. New Serpentine belt. New Starter.
Needs an oil change and probably a coolant flush. There is an International dealer some 5 miles away who can do this. I just don’t want to go through the hassle of getting it registered so that I can move it legally.
Bought this bus in 2018 at auction from the Toledo School District. I was planning on going on a bucket list road trip with a couple of friends and they were helping me renovate. In 2019 I was diagnosed with cancer, I’m ok, but it killed my forward progress that summer and it ended further dreams of travel for the time being(need insurance and tests for the next several years). 2020 came and my friends broke up, leaving me alone to attempt to finish the bus.
Raised the roof 20 inches and added the RV windows. Patched the holes in the floor. I added some bracing between the windows. I was going to put in spray foam insulation for the added benefit of further structural support.
I’m not certain, but I believe that I have found and fixed all of the leaks.
It comes with everything you see here. The generator is powerful enough to run my Hobart 140 welder at full power. The compressor was extremely helpful for the riveting. Bought the steel to make the dinette set. I was going to use the emergency exit door as a table and the main doors as shelves.