The bus is just off exit 315 on I81 in Virginia. It's near the VA/WV/MD state line.
Hey everyone! I'm planning on selling my bus, and buying a short bus. Probably an e350 or 3450. We're moving 300 miles away, and I can't keep a 40 foot bus in Akron, OH. My wife and I decided to convert a short bus that will fit in our driveway.
I've done ~90% of the demolition. It just needs the floor cleaned(Some rust from the seat bolts over the galvanized metal), and the wall panels removed. I've removed about 75% of the screws for the wall panels. I'll finish removing the rubber floor and wall panels if you'd like.
The front roof hatch leaks about 1 drop every minute in heavy rain, the sealant looks old and dried up. Other than that, I couldn't find any leaks. I parked it over a clean spot in the parkinglot, and there were no drips from underneath for a week. It does have an engine and transmission with about 10k on them. There are stickers above the driver seat that indicate both are from Jasper. ~190k on the body, minor rust on the rear bumper, . Starts right up even at 10F, and drives very smoothly. It has an air ride seat with a newer gray cover.
The outside has 2 issues. Passenger side overhang mirror was missing when I bought it. When I checked online, they are about 300$ on ebay. It's a roscoe heated mirror. I called some junkyards, and was quoted 100$. The passenger side also has a bend in the metal just in front of the rear axle. I hit a light pole in downtown D.C. while driving it home. My plan was to cut the small storage boxes off, and make a large basement. It could be bent back into shape according to a local shop, but would cost almost as much as building a larger storage bay.
It's listed at 3750 or best offer. I'd also take an even trade for another bus with a van front end. I'm flexible, feel free to ask questions too. I've had the bus since August, and have a clean title.