Bus is unfinished however is a great platform to finish the build. The exterior was finished to my liking; with paint, exterior flood lights and camera system, ect. However, the interior would need work. The bus is already titled as an RV, so you could keep it as is and have a bare bones camper or finish it your exact liking. I was planning on living in the bus full time doing travel physical therapy, so no corners or expense was cut. I’ve priced this bus to sell, hopefully we can find a good home for it.
14 inch roof raise, 18GA steel walls and ¼” square tubing for transition.
Caterpillar C7, 2008 (WAX engine series, common rail)
New Brakes and New Brake Drums and New Dampener
All Service Records Included
New LED Tail-Lights, Blinkers and Clearance Marker Lights
100 Gallon Fuel Tank
Large RV Windows
3 Camera(up to 16) security system with daylight high lumen display next to Dashboard
12v interior lights and exterior flood lights
Remote operated door
Factory installed block heater and Wabasto heater
Subfloor Insulated and Installed
Exterior Epoxy Primed and painted with TCP Global Paint (extra paint included)
Upgraded LED headlights and Light bar
Air Ride Seat
Power adjustable and heated exterior mirrors
3 underbay storage bins
High Way gearing with overdrive with governor set at 70 mph
Allision 2500PTS transmission
Sound damping mats underneath subfloor and wheel wells and parts of exterior walls.
Skylight hatch with shatter and fade resistant Lexan that allows access to roof top.
Bonus: extra fuel and oil filters, scrap building materials, and radial saw. Extra Paint included for future touch ups.
Bus was bought from Maryland school District and driven to New Hampshire and then driven to Illinois. Bus has had no mechanical problems and drives great. Build was done in NH. I had a mechanic look over the bus before departure from NH to IL and he changed the break pads, drums, dampener and performed oil change, filter changes and greased fittings. I have service records from Maryland school District for the entirety of the busses life. Serviced every 6k miles.
Added free bonus if interested, 14kw lithium ion 48v battery bank can be included free of change. Keep it and finish wiring it, or scrap it for cash. If uninterested in the additional battery bank let me know. I have a REC Q BMS and basic components that are laid out in Juan’s “beginning from this morning” bus.