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Old 12-06-2018, 11:09 PM   #1
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Partially Converted Skoolie RV : (San Jose, CA) $8500 OBO

1991 dognose Bluebird School Bus partially converted into an RV. Registered as an RV in Washington state, licensing is current through July 2019. No special license needed to drive it. Bus runs great. I bought it in early 2017 already partially converted, but found out six months later that the flooring did not have a proper vapor barrier and there were leaks in the walls. I gutted the entire bus, ceiling, walls too. Rust converted floor and walls and sealed with epoxy waterproofing paint. I built up the floor, had it professionally spray-foamed, put in vinyl flooring, started building the walls, built the bed, began stringing the existing electrical (installed by an electrician) through and built a platform over one of the wheel humps. I drilled the hole for bathtub/shower drainage, but not yet for the composting toilet (the urine separating part drainage part). I was living in it in this condition since July and working on it as time permitted. It is super comfortable, the spray foam is fantastic, so much better than the rigid foam insulation that was being used before. If I would have been able to find a place to park and work on it here I would have. (I recently moved to the Bay area from Seattle for work). Hoping it comes to you as a happy challenge with long lasting or short term enjoyment. It's currently in San Jose, CA, preferably, you would come here and pick it up though, it may be possible for me to drive it to you or halfway depending on your location and scheduling.

1991 GM/Chevrolet Bluebird
Gasoline
Odometer- 55190
Manual Transmission
Exterior dimensions, 30’ L x 7.5’ W x 10.5’ H
Interior dimensions - Living Space - 22’ L x 7’ x 6’ H (Length is from just behind driver’s seat to rear of bus)

-Walls and ceiling gutted, Corroseal rust converter applied throughout, epoxy paint applied to floor, walls and ceiling on top of rust converter.
-Professionally spray foam insulated walls, ceiling and floor 1.5-2 inches.
-Sub flooring consists of a grid of treated 2x2's with spray foam insulation, 1/2" plywood, Pergo gold underlayment then Armstrong vinyl flooring.
-Interior walls, tongue and groove white-washed cedar - partially completed(enough to complete walls included.)
-Raised Queen size bed in back with bed lift kit installed.
-30amp electrical installed and functional
-25ft 30Amp extension
-30Amp to 50Amp dogbone converter
-Nearly new tires, brakes recently redone.
-New bus battery
-Water hook up incorporated on left side of bus
-Dog door installed on left side.
-25ft Camco freeze-ban heated drinking water hose
-Camco 90 degree hose elbow
-(2) 25' Neverkink RV marine hose, 5/8"
-Camco RV adjustable water pressure regulator
-2x2x3 Tarter bath tub with corian ledge mounted.
-Dometic Brisk II Polar white AC 13,500 BTU
-Dometic CDADB Universal DUS PW AC HS Control Polar white
-Dometic RV AC single zone LCD thermostat, control kit Polar white
-(2) Maxxair 4500K Fan, with remote controls
-Maxxair mini vent deluxe
-Various lengths, thicknesses of high quality lumber 2x4, 2x6, 1x4 etc...(from a lumber yard, not a box store)
-R15 -Rockwool comfortbatt insulation (unopened package)
-Pex and regular plumbing pipe.

**Photos were taken at different stages of conversion**
*Additionally, I have about $2500 worth of appliances for sale (most of which are brand new, still in the box) that I was planning on using during the full conversion. For sale as a bundle or individually if interested.

Please email with any questions.
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Old 12-07-2018, 03:40 PM   #2
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hi,
your bus looks great, can you give us the specs on the engine and transmission as well as the estimated mpg from your experience and the interior and exterior dimensions/ thanks1
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Old 12-07-2018, 06:58 PM   #3
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Thanks for asking!

MPG is approx 10-13.
Here are the specs, let me know if there is something else you want to know.
1991 GM/Chevrolet Bluebird
Gasoline
Odometer- 55190
Manual Transmission
Exterior dimensions, 30’ L x 7.5’ W x 10.5’ H
Interior dimensions - Living Space - 22’ L x 7’ x 6’ H (Length is from just behind driver’s seat to rear of bus)
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Willing to go to $5500

I really need to sell this beautiful start to a skoolie. My living situation has changed and I am unable to find available storage. Please let me know if you have any questions, happy to answer.
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