I agree, RUN AWAY!!!!! There are much better options at auctions down south. I got my bus from an on-line auction for $2K straight from the school system in California. I called the lead mechanic and talked with him for about 45 minutes about the bus before making up my mind to bid. Talking with the mechanics will help you unlock the vehicle's history fast. From start to finish I spent about 10 days and $3K including purchase price to fly to California from Texas, get her serviced in California, and drive her home - all 1,800 miles in 115* heat in the shade. But I'd do it all over again. This bus is worth it. That one is a rust bucket, maybe even a Bondo-bucket special. I'm VERY suspicious about a bus with laminate flooring left in it. Laminate just sucks in the water and will not let water escape its clutches.
Air bag replacement isn't cheap either. I'd definitely be looking for a more reliable spring ride system to cut your maintenance costs way down.
Do what you want, but if it were me, I'd be looking for a better deal for less money in the South or West.
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