This is it. The skoolie of your nomadic, vagabond, wandering dreams. The freedom of the road warrior. The mobility to treasure mortality. Good times as a no-ties digital nomad, trips with hunting bros, or one-of-a-kind family togetherness. We converted this bus in the Spring of 2020 when COVID shut down most travel opportunities. This bus took us boondocking on the coasts of Oregon and up to the 12,000 trailheads to hike 14ers in Colorado, and all over Idaho and Utah. Engine runs perfectly and the bus has high clearance to get you over rugged terrain. Plenty of space to attach under-vehicle water tanks. About 90% converted. If I were to keep it I’d do a few things like add an outdoor shower attachment, battery reader, and few other things. In other words, it’s got the basics, but there’s room to tinker and improve and make it your own. This was a wheelchair bus which means a separate door on the rear starboard side, giving easy access to load gear, generator, people, anything. Bus Details: Year: 2007 Make: IC Model: BE200 Motor: International VT365 V8 turbo diesel elec 175 hp, 6 lite Odometer Reading: 126,070 Hours: 5264 Wheelbase: 158" Length: 24'1" Air Conditioning and heating work well Transmission: Allison 1000 Series automatic Rear: Spicer 10,500 lbs Ratio: 5.13 Suspension: spring 10,500 lbs Tires: 225/70R19.5 in great condition Rims: 8 Bolt hub pilot Conversions: Laminate flooring 6 passenger seat belts (plus driver seat belt for total of 7) Kitchen: countertop, magnetic cabinets, sink with 9v battery pump, microwave, refrigerator, storage spaces 12 gallons water under kitchen sink Bathroom area (with portable toilet, solar camp shower - no interior shower) Television Benches convert to beds Sleeping for 3 adults and 3 kids (more if you hang hammocks). Comfortable high-density foam mattresses Interior and exterior paint Hitch (no electrical). Perfect for bike racks or luggage trays. Electrical Conversions: Two house batteries hooked up to converter. 4 outlets: 2 outlets in back bench, 2 in the kitchen. Attachment for Battery Tender (to maintain house batteries and wired to tend engine batteries too). Alternator overflow device sends surplus electricity to house batteries. Exterior power inlet. Quirks: The horn has a ghost and sometimes engages for no reason so we unplugged it. Windshield cracked. Radio and PA system do not work, but I never tried to fix them. Could be an easy fix like a fuse. Would love to see this bus go to an appreciating home (or become a home). It’s a ton of fun and the diesel engine will go for hundreds of thousands of miles more!
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