2009 Blue Bird "Micro bus" on a 6.0 Chevy The bus runs and drives great, no knocking, ticking and shifts smooth never had any major issues with the mechanics New rear brake pads, calibers, rotors and parking brakes installed a year ago with the all the proper paperwork. Towing package All six tires are in great shape, no patches with enough tread for many more cross country trips No rust, has been a Tennessee bus its whole like clean title in hand The build out It was converted to an RV two years ago I have had it for three years It as a full kitchen with a double sink plug it into an auxiliary water source or has a 6 gallon water tank with electric pump. four burner stove top with oven and 20 lbs propane tank installed underneath bus Live edge red oak counter top with plenty of cabinet space and pantry slides out from underneath couch LED light bar over kitchen Norcold 12v DC or 120 AC fridge with freezer collapsible table for outdoor dinning two directional MaxAir fan installed in escape hatch 32in TV can stay tucked away on adjustable frame or easily stowed in closet memory foam couch that folds over into second bed Portable AC unit but needs shore power or generator (the stock AC in the bus will cool the bus in a pinch if needed Outdoor shower with tankless propane water heater needs water tank or garden hose I've ran it from a river if you have the right pump Also room inside for shower and tank if you wanted to go that route Tons of storage underneath bed (I have fit a full size whitewater raft and enough miscellaneous outdoor gear to last a summer in there) a place for cloths and to hang coats at foot of bed If that's not enough there is a storage deck on top of the bus (also a great place to sip a night cap) Electrical X2 Battle Born 100Amp hour lithium batteries with a Victron Energy Monitor system 200 watts of solar panels by Renogy with a 20A MPPT charge controller Freedom XC 2000watt inverter/charger with a 30 amp shore power inlet Orion-Tr smart 30A alternator charging system All electrical systems come with the manuals and a clear precise wiring diagram. DIY installed but with the guidance from the professionals at AM solar (a great resource and helpful customer service) Cons The MaxAir fan I installed in the escape hatch was leaking in the past. I reassembled it and resealed it hasn't leaked sense but I did get another escape hatch that doesn't have a fan in it that I can give you if it fails again (no other history of leaks) The awning is in rough shape it holds back most of the rain and still works great for shade No grey water take but I have an adapter to hook up sewer line This bus as been a tank mechanically and electrically. The batteries have never been drained, never thrown any fault codes that presented a problem or blown fuses. It works pretty well "off the grid" The batteries will need a charge after a couple days but if your driving it every couple of days then the alternator keeps the batteries juiced indefinitely. If your stationary for longer then that you'll need a generator or more solar/battery bank. I had a cheep generator and I turned it on every couple days to charge it up. My fiancé and I have lived out of this bus for a year in Idaho and Washington. Its crossed the country four times and has been a blast. It makes for an easy get away. I’m asking $25000 but shoot an offer
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