For Sale: The Funky Bus $19,990 Location: Fort Myers, Florida With a power la-z-boy recliner, movie projector, & 360 degree camera system, you’ve never seen a bus quite like this before. My quarantine passion project, it’s time to let her go to focus on my startup. Quick facts: 1998 Ford E350 Shuttle Bus 24’ bumper to bumper Dually axle V10 Triton Gas Engine 92k miles Sleeps 3 (RV Queen bed & lay-flat recliner) Power: 325W solar panel 2850ah battery bank tied to alternator for dual charging Water 50gal supply tank 30gal grey tank Separette toilet Tech Apple Carplay 4 wireless phone chargers Keyless entry with push button and remote start Heated/cooled driver’s seat Digital speedometer with integrated GPS navigation (amazing for areas with spotty cell coverage) USB charger outlets throughout Movie projector w/ automatic retracting screen 360 degree camera system Power reclining la-z-boy Bidirectional fan Full wall-mount A/C unit 110V AC outlets in bathroom, bedroom, & “garage” Integrated hidden safe Kitchen 2 burner propane stove Double vessel, residential-size sink & faucet Microwave/Convection Oven/Air Fryer/Crisper Unit Fridge & Freezer with automatic adjustable temp control Other Washing machine with drain located in closet New rear tires (with warranty from Discount Tire) and 2 spares included New rear hub assembly Mechanic overhaul ~7,000 miles ago Interior ceiling height ~6’2” (I’m 6’ and can stand with no issues) There are a few repairs to be made to get her back to pristine condition, namely: Water tank has a leak that needs patching Speaker system needs an inline component installed (will include in sale) Rear table needs re-mounting Additionally, I’ll throw in the soda gun system I was planning to install. Currently only supports water but could easily be adapted to dispense other non-carbonated beverages. I have receipts & Amazon links for everything I bought, as well as an invoice from the mechanic who overhauled the bus, including new tie rods, fuel pump, and suspension, among other things. Also, it’s registered with the state of Florida as a Ford Econoline E450, which means my insurance through Geico is roughly $30/month. This bus has been a blast to travel in. The length is only a few feet longer than an F150, and the bus can fit into a single parking space if the back can overhang the median. Large enough to stretch out in, but compact enough to parallel park, it truly is the best of both worlds. Plus, the V10 triton engine (which was replaced) gets about 10mpg. I’m hoping that whoever ends up with the bus will put their own special touch on her. Some of my favorite features include the magnetic tin ceiling (salvaged from a row of small town storefronts in rural Missouri), microwave/convection oven/air fryer unit, full window–mount A/C, and power lifting lazy-susan style table. Ultimately, this bus is perfect for someone who’s looking to do some finish work while all of the underlying conversion has been done. I’d do it myself but just don’t have the time or space. If you’re looking for a bus with truly unmatched features, this is the one for you. Price is discounted due to the needed repairs listed. More photos available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GMd432OeGoktvBdy4tSx_yavdiMUNKZv?usp=sharing P.S. - if you’re interested in sustainable, off-grid housing, take a look at my startup, Into The Box. We’re actively looking for partnerships! (www.IntoTheBox.net)
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