"1990 International Conventional School Bus 159,000mi, DT466 Diesel automatic transmission. Well maintained.
Conversion started, already contains: Kitchen counter and sink installed, electric and gas fridge, shower stall installed, overhead cabinets started, clothes cabinet started, dining area includes table and benches. Black and gray water tanks included but not installed, freshwater tank also included but not installed. 12 volt water pump included, 12 volt converter included.
Storage areas under passenger and driver's side, 60 gallon fuel tank, 50% tire tread, 2 sets tire snow chains, winter bra included. Electric panel with 15amp circuits, 50 feet of 12/2 new house wire.
Bus is 38 feet long, has 6 feet of head room, the rear end gearing is 478, and the top cruising speed is 63mph. There is a line sheet for all parts. The photos show dining area, cabinet areas, sink, and bathroom area, as well as the exterior, all spots with primer are locations that had school district insignias."
Going to look at this one this evening, looks like I may drive it home. The fellow who owns it says he works for the School District where he purchased it. He went on to say that the fellows who drove it said that it was in great shape, a good runner and averaged about 9 miles to the gallon. Trans is a 643 Allison. 478 rear-end ratio and factory equipped storage bins underneath on both sides. Tilt front end and dual battery setup. Air-brakes. No factory air-conditioning.