Originally Posted by JakeC
It being a gasser would be a negative, but the 366 is a pretty durable engine. And it looks like somebody really put some work into it, judging by the very clean looking door relocation. and the skinning over the rear. If I were you, I would be tempted. It sure could save you some time and money. What is the interior like?
I am tempted! The guy that did this still owns it. He said it is the 4th he's done. He is 86 and says he's getting to old to drive it. That Onan started with just the flick of a rocker switch.
Ya' gotta excuse my phone pictures I had forgotten my camera.
Onan genset with it's own gas tank.
3 deep cycle batteries
3 way fridge & freezer
4 burner stove
4' tub & shower
Ducted gas furnace ( Suburban)
Working rooftop AC
Hide a bed couch up front
two singles at the back of the bus
12V lights & 110V
Engine was cold when I got there. It started right up without any rattles or smoke.
6' 4" or more head clearance.
Tires are a little sketchy (1 new one)
Both sides of the windshield have cracks
Walls are insulated with the old white styro from windows down; none on the floor or ceiling.
This thing is 35 yrs old. ( my class B is 37 years old sooo . . .)