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Reduced Price: 2011 IC CE Roof Raised, Seller Financing


Listed 2 months ago
Goshen, Indiana

Seller's Description

This is a 29’ long, 4-Season Off Grid 2011 IC CE 3000 with 150,000 miles, a rebuilt engine, a 12” roof raise, sleeps 4 or 5 and seats 5, well insulated with spray foam, and registered and insured as an RV. The bus was designed with the goal of being able to boondock full time for as much of the year as possible, and to be repairable. The bus has not been lived in yet. There are still some opportunities for customization of the bus, a few places are unfinished in order to be finished better to your preferences. I don’t mind making modifications that you would like. I’m open to reasonable offers, and I’m willing to talk about Seller Financing. Pricing will decrease with time, by $1,500 / week, on the schedule below: 6/2/24 - 78,500 6/9/24 - 77,000 6/16/24 - 75,500 and so on... until sold or an offer is made.  Details: Living space description 12” roof raise providing 6’10” ceiling height Queen Sized Bed, 46” inches tall, 36” from mattress to ceiling. The mattress is not included due to varying personal preferences. - The bed could be lowered if the height is a problem, but the washer/dryer would have to be removed as a result. 6 ½ long kitchen, with stainless steel and plywood countertop 10 Cubic Foot apartment style fridge (24” x 32”) OGO Composting Toilet stall, (Waiting to be customized to personal taste) 36” RecPro Dinette w/ 4 seat belts 3 in 1 love seat, recliner and bed 2’ x 2’ Pantry 13” x 39” Electrical Cabinet / Entrance closet Pocket door to close off shower and toilet 60” wide x 16” Deep x 19” Tall cabinet at foot of the bed Driver Side Cabinets (150” Long x 14” Deep x 14” Tall) Passenger Side Cabinets (75” Long x 12” Deep x 14” Tall) Custom Lockable Steel Entrance, WheelChair and Emergency door’s Electrical and heat (6) 450 watt solar panels, for 2700 watts total RecPro Roof exhaust van (Rain sensing, remote, temperature sensing) Victron MultiPlus-II 3000 watt inverter, 35 amp charger, with bluetooth connection Victron MPPT 70 amp solar charge controller, bluetooth 5120 Wh lithium iron phosphate battery from SunGoldPower 51.2 V 100 AH server rack battery Can be upgraded with a second battery 8kw VEVOR Diesel heater pulling from Diesel tank 9,000 BTU 23 SEER2 pioneer mini split 30 Amp shore power plug (7) 120v ac circuits Yakry rear view camera and passenger side camera (Location optional) 48v to 12v step down used for powering lights, fan, etc. (4) total 12v female outlets for powering electric blankets at beds (4) usb charging locations All lights are dimmable 2 Exterior 120v power outlets 2 Exterior dimming lights on Passenger Side Plumbing System Edgestar 6 place setting Dishwasher Large 32 x 32 stainless steel walled shower Magic Chef Ventless Washer / Dryer 100 Gallon fresh water tank inside heated space 100 Gallon gray water tank, heated and partially insulated Internal gray water plumbing to prevent ever freezing 6 Gallon Rheem point of use water heater, (Upgradable Size) Exterior Fill valve Stainless steel sink Roof lift and insulation 6’10” ceiling height 4” rigid foam board under flooring 3” Closed Cell Spray foam in the walls and ceiling 7 RV openable windows Vinyl sheet flooring Garage Dimensions and Details 50” Front to Back, 60” Side to Side Rear Door, (36” Wide x 28” tall) Side Door, (40” Wide x 36” tall) The Washer / Dryer is accessed from the rear emergency door Bus Condition The Bus had some surface rust when purchased, but minor. It was professionally cleaned and then sprayed with a protective undercoating. Mechanically the bus works well, starts up well, and gets 10 MPG, with nice cruise control and good power. It has a DT466E. The tires are less than 10 years old, and will unfortunately likely need to be replaced relatively soon. Customizability There are several locations that are still open or undone for the purpose of providing some customization to the bus in order to best fit your needs. They include the following: For no extra price: The space above the electrical Cabinet Choice of a Propane or Induction cooktop in the kitchen countertop Space over and to the right of the fridge Design of the panty / storage space opposite of the fridge Design and door of the the bathroom stall holding the composting toilet For price of Materials: Addition of another Battery in the Electrical Cabinet Upgrading size of the water heater Other customizations are possible, depending on your ideas! Solar Production Summary - Understanding the amount of solar power this will produce and if it will be enough for your planned lifestyle is a very difficult question to answer. If you’re traveling north and south with the weather and give some thought to your energy usage, I would expect no issues for the majority of the year. It, like any other setup, would require a generator or a shore power plug on occasion for snow storms or staying somewhere very cloudy. If you have questions about how well the solar panels would enable your ideas, feel free to email. Heating Energy usage - The Mini Split’s heating performance offers a Coefficient of Performance of on average 3.5. This means for every kw of energy given to the system it can generally offer 3.5 kw of heat into your space. This is much more efficient than a typical air conditioner, and provides a very quiet and efficient way to heat your space. Recently, on a cold (25 degree) northern indiana day, the unit consumed about 5 Kwh of electricity, the full battery to keep it 70 degree’s inside. This was also without anyone inside to heat it with their normal activities and bodies, which would help considerably. The Cooling COP is 4.5, and less of a concern energy usage wise because of the fact that when it’s hot outside, there is likely more solar power too, and the bus should have no trouble keeping cool on hot sunny days. Financing Looking for a cash offer, but am willing to consider Seller Financing depending on the circumstance, but I would still be looking for a large down payment, at least half the value of the bus. Delivery I can Deliver the bus to anywhere necessary in the US, for the total price of the trip, (fuel, trip home, food, etc), and with a Deposit.


  • make: International
  • model: CE
  • year: 2011
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 150,000 miles
  • sleeps: 5
  • seats: 5
  • type: Skoolie
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

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