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Trailer hitch, no problem pulling a car with it. I used it to pull car trailers and it has been used to a pull horse trailer also. The hitch is set up for a towing ball so as long as what your pulling attaches to a normal ball the hitch is heavy enough to pull it.
The rear lights should be an easy fix, probably just a ground someplace or a wire up front. If you were going to drive it home a long distance I could probably sort that out before you got here.
There are no major fixes driving it to Oregon, I sold my last bus to someone in Oregon and the only problem he had was a flat tire. A flat tire is what I would worry about most on this one as well. Luckily I have upgraded this bus to 22.5" tires just like the big trucks so if you do get a flat a new one tire will be easy to find.
The brakes are hydraulic but are powered so it brakes very easy. I just had them redone last year, no leaks and work great. Power steering works fine but leaks a little. I would check the fluid every time you stop for gas and top it off if it needs it.
The transmission is a manual 4 speed with a 2 speed rear end which gives you 8 forward and 2 reverse gears. It is very easy to drive and when traveling you really only use three of the gears.
There are no grey or black water tanks, although there is plenty of room under the bus to put them, this is what I was going to do. The drains from the sinks go through the floor so you will just mount the tank there. The toilet in the bathroom is a camping type and has its own tank. The tank is the kind that you remove the bus and dump it, easy and holds enough for a trip.
I rewired the battery bank last year. I tested all of the batteries and threw out the ones that were no longer good. I think there are currently three large UPS batteries in good shape and then the engine battery. The bank should be in good shape but if you are running the A/C or the fridge over night you will want to connect to shore power or a generator as I used to have a much larger bank of batteries to power everything.
The solar charge controller can handle 7 amps but the panel is 15 watts which is 1 amp. This means you can add plenty of more panels to the system but the the current panel is only enough to charge up the batteries after your trip and to keep them charged. While traveling the engine or a generator will recharge the batteries quickly.
Lots more pictures here: http://www.skoolie.net/gallery2/v/Skooli ... April2010/
and here: http://www.skoolie.net/gallery2/v/Skoolies/LoneBus/