thinking about kicking the idea around of selling my 99 bluebird camper and going to a mid length bus instead its a 99 bluebird front engine 38 foot 5.9l cummins not 100 percent sure on trans does 68 on free way just fine cruise works great has all newer matching tires engine is uptodate on maintenance has a 4o gallon black water tank and a 37 gallon clean water tank pump is wired 12 volt and on a automatic shut off when pressure is hit has 3 gallon hot water tank for sink there is no shower there is a fully plumbed toilet lights hot water tank out lets and fridge are wired to a 30 amp breaker box to be hooked up to shore power or campground hook up propane oven works great has curtains in bedroom still needs curtains made for front section and cushion covers made for the couch which is 8 foot long and pulls out to turn in to a bed that is 45 inches deep there is a full size queen bed in the back that lifts up for storage under it bus has 130k miles runs great everything works like it should and has been out on multiple trips flawless out side paint is not the best put is aluminum silver color it is already titled as a rv in michigan and has a clean title have every recipt for every dime i put in to it looking to get around $11k for it located in southeast michigan very clean and done right have tons of pictures from the build processno special license needed to drive either has regular hydraulic brakes
Hey, I'd love to take a look at the bus. I'm also in south east Michigan in Macomb area. Wife and I have been shopping around and your post and saw it was in Michigan! Shoot me a message, I'm not completely familiar with how this forum works and if I will be notified of tour reply in this thread. Thanks!
Did you add any insulation during the build or just a strip down.. I love the way you framed out the walls with the wood. Looks great. What is the brown boards in the pictures in the build out? Standard Sheet rock or something else (sorry if that is a silly question).
The brown board I did the walls out of is called hardboard you can get it at lowes and homedepot real durable light weight I didn't add any insulation didn't build it to be a cold weather camper all though I built it over the winter and working on it I just had a electric heater going and stayed nice and toasty I have screens made for the windows and it stays cool with them in I did plan on getting a portable ac unit eventually that just bent out the window
Hey, if the Skoolie is still for sale, I would love to come and look at it. I am extremely interested in it and have the money for it if everything works out. I am in southeast Michigan as well. It's exactly what I have been looking for!