2014 Bluebird Partial Conversion
- 61,000 miles
- 6.7 Cummins Diesel with Alison Transmission not sure of the specific series number. Will do 70 mph on the interstate
- 31’ long 34’ with back deck. (Will fit into national park campgrounds) Thats a big reason I bought this size bus.
- About 75% converted. Only lack hooking up the water system, propane, and kitchen countertop
- New 200 amp hour house battery (battery kill switch in bus)
- 3 new cranking batteries
- brand new 3 way refrigerator not hooked up yet
- Dometic AC (like new)
- All good tires
- Cruise control
- power door
- Backup camera (will stay on while driving to have full view behind you)
- tv/dvd in bedroom
- New stereo head unit with dvd, cd, usb, etc
- wired for tv and ready to mount above driver
- pivoting/sliding passenger seat.
- Pivoting tables (two)
- whole bus fan above bed
- Tile shower and new dry flush toilet
- New queen mattress (used half a dozen times)
- Bedside lights with usb chargers for phones etc
- couch platform folds over to sleeping platform (can still walk past to exit bus when in bed mode)
- Loads of storage
- Microwave (used half a dozen times)
- sink temporarily installed but not connected yet
- 12’ deck on top of bus (Trex Decking)
- 40” deck on back (Trex Decking)
- Two grey water tanks (mounted but not yet connected)
- 110/12v power systems (work great)
- All new bus exhaust system on bus
- All new brake lines
- lots of extras already purchased (50 gallon fresh water tank, on demand hot water heater, 3 way fridge, microwave, hoses, power cords, connectors etc etc)
- Yancy truck/bus mechanics say this is the best engine/transmission you can get on this bus.
- Only problem I know of is a slow drip of coolant from head on the top of DEF tank.
- Wheelchair lift isn’t working right now. Not sure why. I haven’t used it much. Could just be a burned out fuse.
- Engine light is on due to emissions valve getting a “little gummy” is what Yancy mechanics tell. They say the sensor is very sensitive and not something to worry about.
- We haven’t used the bus enough and I have to get a hip replacement. It has become very painful to work on the bus the last few months. I hate to sell it but its what I need to do.
- I hope the person that buys it plans to finish it and put their own unique touches on it and gets many years of good use out of it.