2011 International DT466 Off-Grid Skoolie

by Michelle Meyers
Published: February 1, 2024 (3 weeks ago)

Awesome adventure bus with tons of unique features and custom touches.

Fully built out and off grid

Already titled and registered as a RV.

Rare mid-sized bus with factory high top.

Originally was a 48 passenger (30ft) bus with s 6’6″ interior ceiling. The perfect size to be able to live in full time with a partner or pets, and still be able to fit into all of the places a full-size couldn’t. (great turning radius and not too much swing in the back)

Was bought back in February but due to some life changes we are now selling.

DT466 170xxx miles, 5 speed Allison auto transmission.

60-gallon fuel tank. About 10 mpg, not bad for a 20,000lb vehicle.

Starts up great and runs smoothly. Air brakes work great, very strong compressor and regenerates super fast, additional valves on the air tank to pump up tires or whatever else you have.

Backup camera on a switch so you can use it to see what’s behind you while driving forward. (great for when traveling in the city)

15k BTU AC unit included. It has been uninstalled and replaced with a MaxxAir fan(it is not hooked up)

2′ back deck extended off of frame.

55-gallon fresh water, 55-gallon grey water. 2.5-gallon electric water heater,12V diaphragm pump.

Custom indoor shower.

Natures Head self-contained composting toilet.

Power: Four 265 watt solar panels for a total of 1060 watts. The panels are currently configured in a two series’d panels then paralleled. They usually put out around 70V/15A into a Victron 50/150MPPT 9with a Bluetooth interface) + plenty of room for expansion.

3500 watt split phase heart inverter/charger – really solid unit. Shore power hookup. Fuses and switches to isolate the different components.

Pulls out two circuits into a twin breaker mini panel. Also uses a 12v fuse block.

Batteries are currently set up in 12v 250ah, there’s room to expand but we just never needed it. All contained in underbody cabinets so its really quiet. The solar panels get the batteries to a float charge everyday.

You can see the real-time and historical data through the victron solar controller and I’ve recorded the panels putting out 1000w, and more than 5kwh in a day.

Large refrigerator and freezer “apartment size” but the biggest fridge I’ve seen in a skoolie. PV system easily keeps everything cold/frozen and we’ve never had a problem with it. We used an electric kettle to make coffee in the morning after a full night and the batteries kept up. We also used an instapot all the time, charged electric bikes, internet, phones,  computers, drones…etc.

120v AC power outlets everywhere, in bed area and living room/kitchen.

Cedar tongue and groove ceilings. LVT floors(waterproof), custom sunbrella cushions all around, storage everywhere. The backs of the benches all flip up to serve as extra counter space + a special slide-out table over the front stairs to make a small table.

Queen-sized bed in the back- back door open to the deck, tons of storage under the bed. Folddown table, AC outlet, 4 storage cabinets over bed, access to water heater/storage under the bed.

Bunk bed sized storage area- currently being used as dog crate storage, can be easily converted into anything you wish!

Kitchen: “Apartment” sized fridge and freezer- smooth finish so you can write on it with dry-erase markers, storage above fridge. Huge sink with spray faucet. The side door is also in the back of the sink so you can open it and use it to shower outside.

Butcher block counter tops all around. Built in benches with plenty of storage. Large kitchen table.

Happy to answer any questions.


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