Road Dawg Bus 2001 International Converted Skoolie
The Road Dawg Bus was custom built by the Yeti Bus Builders by my brother Jake so that he could live Off the Grid. Jake lived in this bus with his beloved “Road Dawg” miniature poodle Gordy for 9 months driving it all over WA, OR, CA and AZ. He passed away tragically at the young age of 36. Building this bus was his dream and he accomplished it! My family was devastated by his passing and we want to see if there is someone out there who also has a dream of living Off the Grid in a professionally converted Skoolie which was only used for 9 months.
The bus is equipped with 2, 345 Watt Solaria Power XT-345R-BD solar panels with 100 AH Lion Energy Safari UT 12 Volt Lithium battery, a 2000 Watt inverter/charger, 60 AMP DC/DC Alternator Charging.
The bus is in excellent running condition with new tires and a new battery. There is one bedroom in the back with a queen size, high end, Purple mattress and TV. The bathroom has an indoor shower and self-containing composting toilet with a MaxxAir Deluxe fan. The fresh water tank and the grey water tank both hold 60 gallons. There is a tankless Excel water heater. It has luxury vinyl plank flooring.
The kitchen has custom made walnut butcher block countertops, a cooktop burner with oven, a beverage fridge, a separate fridge with additional convertible freezer/fridge. Walnut custom built kitchen table with bench seating and cabinet space. Plenty of storage as well!
HD 720P Dual backup cameras, outside rooftop deck with pull down awning for shade. LED backup lights, LEX exterior front light bar, exterior flip down table.
This bus was cared for with love by my brother who lived in it off and on for 9 months. It is located in the San Francisco/East Bay Area. All of the original bus conversion/build paperwork and all brochures and paperwork for each of the appliances, toilet, solar, etc is inside the bus for the new owner’s needs. The bus is registered in Vermont as a motorhome through November of 2023. Who is ready for a new adventure in the Road Dawg Bus?