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Old 12-03-2020, 06:02 PM   #1
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2004 Fully Converted Skoolie For Sale

Sometimes life throws you a curveball .... so my loss can be your gain. Reluctantly selling my 2004 International Skoolie. Bus is fully converted, off-grid capable, and ready to roll. We recently returned from a trip from NJ to Charleston, SC, with a stop in Atlanta, and the bus ran like a champ. Everything is new and works as it should - you will not be disappointed. See attached pictures.

Price: $28,000 OBO

Located outside Califon, NJ

Details:

2004 International CE200 8 window bus with a T444E and Allison 2000 transmission. Just under 170,000 miles on 8,500 hours. Lots of life left.
Cruise control - a leg saver on those long trips, and a backup camera. It's 29 feet long, bumper to bumper - perfect size - not too big, but not too small. Recently changed the oil/filter, air filter, fuel filter and serpentine belt. Drive tires have date code from 2015, with good tread remaining.

Includes a beautiful 8x10 roof deck, with a 14 foot telescoping ladder which I store inside under the bed. Keeps those pesky strangers from climbing on your roof when you're not around. There is a fold down picnic table on the outside for when you're camping, with a nearby 120v outlet at the ready.

You can power it all with the 30 Amp shore power inlet, or use the included brand new iPower Inverter Generator. The generator will run everything, including the AC in the bedroom for those hot nights.

For off-grid, it has 2 100 watt Renogy panels on the roof, and a Renogy MPPT controller, connected to 2 100 Amp Hour AGM batteries. Plenty of juice to run the fridge and 12v outlets for a few days. If the power gets low, you can use the generator to charge the batteries via a PowerMax converter charger. It also has a 1,000 watt pure sine wave inverter connected to the batteries to power your 120v needs.

On the plumbing side, the 48 gallon fresh water tank is connected to a ShurFlo 12v pump, and a ShurFlo accumulator tank, with hot water provided via an Excel Automatic Tankless Water Heater (propane). Nice deep sink, with extending faucet, connected to a 10 gallon gray water tank. The hot and cold water also feed an outdoor shower, with an included portable PVC enclosure for privacy. The 20lb propane tank is installed beneath the Bus, and also feeds a Gas Chef two burner cooktop. There is a Fantastic Fan installed above the cooktop to help while cooking and to cool the inside of the Bus. A hard-wired 12v propane gas detector and battery operated smoke detector are installed for safety.

For food, there is an Antarctic Star Fridge and Freezer included, with ample storage both around an underneath for all your pantry items. There is also a separate bathroom, with a composting toilet that has a 12v exhaust fan (on a switch), with a urine diverter connected to a 7 gallon tank under the outside.

Comfortably sleeps 4. There is a full-sized bed in the back (with AC), and the couches up front fold out to a queen-sized bed. Tons of storage under the couches as well. To keep you warm on those cold nights, we have a 5kW diesel heater installed under one of the bench seats, together with a backup Mr. Buddy propane heater.

Lots of pictures attached.

If interested, please email me at:

chuckcantine@gmail.com
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Old 12-03-2020, 06:18 PM   #2
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Just an FYI: some of your images are displayed sideways (although they're right-side up when you click them and view them in the popup viewer). Quick fix is to convert your pics to PNG format before uploading. Nice-looking conversion, good luck with the sale.
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Old 12-08-2020, 01:11 PM   #3
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Thanks for letting me know. As you said, the pictures display correctly if the viewer is used.

To answer some questions I have received from others, the interior finished height is 6'1", and the bus has air brakes.
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Old 12-09-2020, 01:43 PM   #4
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I noticed that you said there’s an outdoor shower but is there also an indoor on too? Thanks
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Old 12-09-2020, 02:03 PM   #5
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There is no indoor shower.
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