Did you buy one of the old Texas A&M busses? It sure looks alot like the One that I played with for a while.
Do yourself a BIG favor, and REALLY check out the seals on it. The one I bought, they had smashed copious quantities of silicone in the pinion shaft seal to stop a leak.
Also be VERY watchful of your revs. Those old 555T engines that they used, will literally rev till the blow, due to the school removing all of the shims for the fuel pump governor.
Those old busses are in very solid shape chassis wise, but it was a real eye opener on some of their, what shall we call, "methods" of upkeep.
I was shocked when the guy who bought my bus called me, and told me about some of the stuff he found.
I miss my skoolie, but I needed to have a running coach much more quickly than I would have had "ol smoky" on the road.
1994 Safari Sarengeti Edition 37' diesel pusher
1997 Ford F150
1998 Jeep Cherokee SE 4x4 (toad)
2006 Chevy Aveo LS