In total we have invested 35k into this bus. We are pricing low since we need to sell asap. We are selling our 27ft 2001 GMC BlueBird bus (registered as an RV). We love this bus but our living situation has changed and we need to sell ASAP. We have upgraded the solar system, and thus have never needed to plug into shore power. This has been the best part of the bus, we have been able to run the ac and heat completely via solar! There is ample storage under the queen size bed and under all seats. It has three seatbelts built into the sofa seats RV style. Insulated window coverings are provided to keep the heat in during winter. Cross breeze keeps it perfectly cool in the summer. Mechanically we have run into no issues, the previous owner maintained everything on his own and it runs great. Decommissioned from the school system recently, was used to charter around staff, thus the low miles. The one con we have found: there is surface rust, it is an older vehicle after all. All major rust has been replaced with new metal. We understand that fact and have priced the bus accordingly. Please let us know if you have any questions! Solar: - 1000W of solar (5 200W Renogy panels) - Victron Multi-Plus inverter - Victron SmartShunt - Victron SmartSolar 150|100 MPPT - 2x Dakota Lithium 200AH batteries Water System: - 12V water pump - 30 gallon fresh water tank - 30 gallon gray water tank (both mounted underneath) - Can hook up to shore water at campsites and bypass the water tank! Other: - Mini split heater/ac - There is space built in for a toilet - Potential space for a pop-up shower/the sink swivels outside for an outdoor shower - Queen size bed and also potential to connect the two sofas together to sleep 2 more people - Swivel table that can be disconnected and stored under sofa - Swing down table connected to the exterior of the bus
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