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Old 04-07-2016, 09:01 PM   #1
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For Sale - 2000 International - Partial conversion

FOR SALE $10,000

2000 International Bluebird DT466E


Didn't cut corners when converting this. The floor was rustproofed with a chemical conversion to a solid material. Then it was has 3 layers of Rustoleum and a layer of insulation underneath the floor boards.

The walls and ceiling have the best insulation. I put insulation in as well as a thermal refelectix barrier throughout. This will keep heat out in the summer and warmth in for the winter. This past winter I could feel the difference inside without even having a heater on.

Starts right up. I purchased from a school last year and it was inspected. I let it run out but it's registration is valid so that i can work on it.

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Located in Bethlehem, PA (no delivery must come pick it up)

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Old 04-08-2016, 05:31 PM   #2
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I see your pictures are of the conversion process- some more info might be helpful. Which pictures are of the current state of the bus? What kind of engine is in it? Is the bus originally from PA? What is the standing height inside?
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Old 04-08-2016, 05:40 PM   #3
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Hello,

I can only go by what I was told when I bought it from the school district. They said they were the one and only owner of the bus which is in Western Pennsylvania. I was told and could see they did undercoating on the bus each year.

The engine is a DT466E. I had mechanic check it out and he said it was in great shape.

The pictures actually go in order. There has been additional progress since the last one. There was a wooden sofa bed/storage built that is behind the driver seat to fit a full size matress.

I hope that helps. Thank you for the inquiry.
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Old 04-08-2016, 07:36 PM   #4
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It looks like it's turning out nicely- why are you selling it?
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Old 04-08-2016, 08:13 PM   #5
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Yes. I received a lot of compliments and a contractor that is a friend of a friend looked at it and said it was being built very well.

A lot of people have asked for more pictures to see the progress.

Unfortunately on a personal note I've gone through a divorce and am actually still going through some things. So I am trying to recoup some finances.
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That's a lot of work to give up on. Could be your best toy.
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Based on my divorce, you'd better keep that somewhere in case you need a bedroom.
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Old 04-08-2016, 08:23 PM   #8
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Yeah my brother was saying that too until he realized my situation. Need the dollars more than anything to try and get back on my feet.

Actually just received the new motorhome registration sticker today.
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Understood and understood. I still say a bus would be good for you psyki. I think it would more than pay you back from reduced living expenses compared to what you'll get from a hasty sale. It doesn't have to be a build to live in it and this would be the right time of the year for easy comfort.
I understand nobody knows your situation but the process is pretty similar. Bus good.
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Do you have a drawing of the layout?
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