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Old 06-15-2016, 10:26 PM   #511
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1996 International 3800 BUS, 7.3L V8 OHV 16V DIESEL/ENG. Allison AT 545 Transmission, Air Brakes. Tires are fair. Brakes are good. Last 20 day Inspection was April 2016

What do they mean when they say "Engine runs with a boost"?
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Old 06-16-2016, 01:28 AM   #512
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1989 International/AmTran 8-Window. 7.3L, automatic.




Surplus 1989 International/Navistar 1753 Bus in Sparta, Wisconsin, United States (GovPlanet Item #735049)

Ad looks good except for some engine blow-by, but otherwise the bus looks in good shape. Bus has AC, but I'm not sure what the box is behind the rear axle on the drivers side. The ad doesn't say either.
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Old 06-16-2016, 05:52 PM   #513
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1996 International 3800 BUS, 7.3L V8 OHV 16V DIESEL/ENG. Allison AT 545 Transmission, Air Brakes. Tires are fair. Brakes are good. Last 20 day Inspection was April 2016

What do they mean when they say "Engine runs with a boost"?
Probably means that the batteries will not crank it, so you must use jumper cables from another vehicle or battery to start it.
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Old 06-17-2016, 04:11 PM   #514
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Old 06-18-2016, 01:49 PM   #515
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Whoa! look at this one... $75k !

'58 GM 4104 Bus Conversion / RV / Classic Barn-Fresh

1958 GM 4104 Bus Conversion / RV. Diesel powered. This bus was converted in the mid-70's by a master craftsman who completed just two projects. 34,000 miles since complete overhaul from bumper to bumper. Was found stored in a barn for 30 years. Interior woodwork is dark ash and exquisite quality unseen these days.

Totally self-contained and ready to go. 7.5 KV Kohler propane generator, new tires, kitchen, queen bed, shower, LARGE holding tanks, entertainment center, living room, 180 gallons fuel, LARGE lower storage compartment, VERY comfortable . . .

We bought bus 9 months ago and we have put 7000 miles on it without incident. We are now looking at a '52 GM 4103 so we have decided to let our baby go.
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Old 06-19-2016, 08:57 AM   #516
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92 international bus in Winston-Salem NC
Seller writes, "I have a 92 international yellow bus for sale $2500. Runs and drives just fine has good tires a couple seats messed up and body is in great shape... Normal wear and tear.. 150,000 appx.... More info please text"



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Old 06-19-2016, 09:12 AM   #517
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Looks a bit rusty n crusty.
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Old 06-19-2016, 01:07 PM   #518
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Whoa! look at this one... $75k !

'58 GM 4104 Bus Conversion / RV / Classic Barn-Fresh

1958 GM 4104 Bus Conversion / RV. Diesel powered. This bus was converted in the mid-70's by a master craftsman who completed just two projects. 34,000 miles since complete overhaul from bumper to bumper. Was found stored in a barn for 30 years. Interior woodwork is dark ash and exquisite quality unseen these days.

Totally self-contained and ready to go. 7.5 KV Kohler propane generator, new tires, kitchen, queen bed, shower, LARGE holding tanks, entertainment center, living room, 180 gallons fuel, LARGE lower storage compartment, VERY comfortable . . .

We bought bus 9 months ago and we have put 7000 miles on it without incident. We are now looking at a '52 GM 4103 so we have decided to let our baby go.
$75K is VERY optimistic for an older conversion like that.....they're off by more than a few Gs
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Old 06-19-2016, 10:53 PM   #519
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Military truck and travel trailer - $36500 (OCALA)
https://ocala.craigslist.org/rvs/5632049155.html

4104 Conversion Bus 1956 GMC - $7500 (St. Petersburg)
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Old 06-20-2016, 02:09 AM   #520
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Another Gillig Phantom up for sale - this is the 37ft version (one window shorter than mine). If you're thinking of a conversion that keeps all the windows, these are pretty sweet. Nice tall windows, so you don't have to lean over to see out the windows when standing inside. Nice underbelly storage. Wish I had more time to work on mine so I could get my conversion moving!
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