I am looking at a 2005 International IC CE300 Bus. It is owned by a church nearby. They bought it in 2015 with 138,000 miles on it. It now has 148,000 on it. The transmission was rebuilt in 2009 at 131k miles and the engine had a frame out rebuild in 2013 at 134k miles. I have seen the documentation of such, so there is paperwork to back up the claims. hopefully, the work was actually done and not just paper whipped. It also had brake calipers and lines done in 2015 at 138k miles. Totals for the work that has been done since 2009 is over $21,000 which I have seen the receipts for.
They are asking 9k for it but are negotiable
It is already painted white. No leaks underneath and there don't seem to be any major rust spots. Windows are tinted. Tires are like new. There is only one weird thing that he said happens. There is a service brake or parking brake system error message that lights up on occasion and it did for me as I was test driving but I was playing with applying and removing the parking brake when it did (and I wasn't doing it right). He said they have tried to get it fixed and the issue has never been found (probably why they replaced the brakes and lines in 2015). I believe they replaced some wiring harness but that didn't fix the issue. It didn't appear to affect anything. It is an electric over hydraulic parking brake I believe.