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Old 05-03-2017, 11:58 AM   #1
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1995 dt466 15k obo

$15,500 obo
1995 international DT466 (pre electronic) with 64k miles
MT643 Alison trans
Air suspension and air brakes
Located in Sarasota, Fl
Rear end GARAGE has been lowered on air bags and can store your small car, adventure gear, small business, Etsy shop, etc.
Cabinets are custom made in cabinet shop, all doors just need your choice of paint.
Parts and cost list in the last picture and in comments.
Reason for selling is college and medical bills
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Old 05-03-2017, 12:00 PM   #2
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Parts and cost list

Doesn't include purchase price of an amazing bus, cost to title as RV, sound deadening insulation, little things, etc.
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Old 05-03-2017, 12:40 PM   #3
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I like it. Anything with a garage always attracts me. Toy storage, you know.

And to top it all off you've got a Duracell in there.
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Old 05-03-2017, 12:44 PM   #4
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Yall getting out of the bus life?? or have you found something else?
Nice bus! Best of luck, yall!
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:21 PM   #5
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I like it. Anything with a garage always attracts me. Toy storage, you know.

And to top it all off you've got a Duracell in there.
Yep that's what we loved. We will sell for 20k with our smart car in the back lol
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:23 PM   #6
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Yall getting out of the bus life?? or have you found something else?
Nice bus! Best of luck, yall!
Yea for now, still swamped in bills from the surgery and no money to have fun. Tired of playing dreamer and catch up lol, we graduate next month and wife applied to med school so we'll need a fresh start!
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Old 05-06-2017, 07:35 PM   #7
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$200 to person who finds buyer.
Full disclosure, only reason selling is to pay unpaid medical bills from ACL surgery. OBO
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This is crazy nice. I would buy this in a heart beat. Want to take $5g upfront and hold it for a year? ;)
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Old 05-07-2017, 11:28 AM   #9
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This is crazy nice. I would buy this in a heart beat. Want to take $5g upfront and hold it for a year? ;)
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Old 05-08-2017, 01:33 PM   #10
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Anybody have any experience with selling their bus on eBay? How important is a reserve?

I have it listed here for 15k with about 14k in in documented parts costs, not including the purchase price of the bus, all the little things adding up, and re titling to RV. I estimate I have about 19k-21k into it.

I'm thinking I'll put it up for 12k with no reserve and give some people a great start to their conversion, save a few hundred hours, and a couple thousand saved.

Would there be enough buzz to drive the bids up? Or should I do a reserve?
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Anybody have any experience with selling their bus on eBay? How important is a reserve?

I have it listed here for 15k with about 14k in in documented parts costs, not including the purchase price of the bus, all the little things adding up, and re titling to RV. I estimate I have about 19k-21k into it.

I'm thinking I'll put it up for 12k with no reserve and give some people a great start to their conversion, save a few hundred hours, and a couple thousand saved.

Would there be enough buzz to drive the bids up? Or should I do a reserve?
I'd throw it on there at 15k with no reserve.
If you haven't already, I'd bombard FB with it too.
Have you tried CL?
Yours is a bargain compared to the ludicrous prices on there.
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I agree. How much does it cost to list a vehicle if it doesn't sell? It can't be that much compared to the total you want to get.

More importantly, with this type of vehicle, you may only find one person who really values it. So you can't count on bidding to drive up the price. It might happen, but the safer bet is to just ask what you want to get out of it and not risk losing $3000 to someone who would have paid $15000 if there was another bidder.

Does that make sense?

I'd even consider putting it up as buy it now for $17500 and the option to make an offer, no bidding involved. Spend a few weeks to a month (depending on how quick you need to sell) with it up like that and keep reposting to all local Craigslists and skoolie groups.

Before you take less, at least try to get more!
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Old 05-09-2017, 11:17 AM   #13
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I agree. How much does it cost to list a vehicle if it doesn't sell? It can't be that much compared to the total you want to get.

More importantly, with this type of vehicle, you may only find one person who really values it. So you can't count on bidding to drive up the price. It might happen, but the safer bet is to just ask what you want to get out of it and not risk losing $3000 to someone who would have paid $15000 if there was another bidder.

Does that make sense?

I'd even consider putting it up as buy it now for $17500 and the option to make an offer, no bidding involved. Spend a few weeks to a month (depending on how quick you need to sell) with it up like that and keep reposting to all local Craigslists and skoolie groups.

Before you take less, at least try to get more!
Yea you're right I'm going to do that! And spam all of Craigslist lol, I appreciate the moral boost
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Yea you're right I'm going to do that! And spam all of Craigslist lol, I appreciate the moral boost
You can't spam nearly as hard as the Tampa bus dealers.... GO FOR IT!!!!!!
I say load it up on EVERY CL in the USA!
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We've received a deposit, sale pending. Thank you for the interest. Will update when sold
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Wow, that was quick. Nice work.
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We've received a deposit, sale pending. Thank you for the interest. Will update when sold
YAY! Congrats!
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That's awesome. Bitter sweet though

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