This is a nearly completed skoolie that is looking for its next adventure. It is a 2001 International 66 Passenger with a 236,000 mile diesel engine that runs like a champ and starts right up. It also has an Allison 2000 series. We are asking $8500! We would be happy to answer any questions and send more pictures.
-nearly complete with many needed materials included
-24000 BTU Senville minisplit included with outdoor mount
-Full sized platform bed, storage underneath
-5 foot walk in fully tiled shower
-12+ dimmable ceiling lights (replacements included)
-appliances included: on demand water heater, mini fridge, minisplit (heating, cooling, and dehumidifier), and electric heater
-epoxy finished countertops
-gorgeous laminate flooring
-small amount of rust on the back door
-one window is broken and currently boarded up
Things that still need completed:
-plumbing: water lines are run throughout the bus, but will need new water tanks and a water pump
-electrical: This electrical system was designed to plug into shore power. The wiring is nearly completed for outlets. The breaker box and shore power outlet need installed. Of course you can adapt this system for solar, but there are currently no solar components.
-grout: the bathroom shower needs grouted
-finish work: the floor needs trim, the kitchen cabinet doors need reinstalled, the kitchen backsplash needs tiled, ect..
-exterior paint: the bus is still the original yellow color
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