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Old 08-11-2023, 04:10 PM   #1
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Location: Auburn, WA
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Year: 2000
Coachwork: IC / Amtran
Chassis: 3000 / 33' Flat Nose
Engine: IC T444E / Allison MT643
Rated Cap: 72 Kids / 48 Adults
For Sale: $27,000 - 2000 International RE3000 Diesel Pusher

International 33' functional for camping, yet not fully completed. It's at a stage where you could easily dmake simple changes for a bath, dresser, toilet or bed setup. Or, go with what's there.

Model - RE 3000
Class - Type D, Flatnose

Engine - T444E 230hp @ 2300rpm, 640ftlbs @1500rpm
Engine build date 12/14/99

This is the same base engine as the highly desired Ford 7.3L. The main differences are the bus version has less horsepower and much more torque.
Turbo - High torque waste gated (GTP-37)
Engine Diagnostics - 6 pin J1708 (old style). Software and cables to run diagnostics included.
Tranny - Allison MT643 with 3rd/4th lockup. Works very good.
Rear End - Brand new rebuild Dana N190S (old 5.11) (current 4.10). I changed this to give me 60mph cruise (flat road) at 2000 rpm. Pulls an approximate 6% grade at ~55mph.
New tranny cooler - hose lines need to be run. I have new hoses
New filters all around, except coolant.
New fan belt
New radiator hose

Start Batteries:
New 2 Interstate group 31T 31-ECL 700cca, 875 crank amps, 190 reserve @25 amps

Suspension/Steering:
New King pins $2000
New Tie rods
New Drag Link
New Shocks (all)

Other:
New windshield wipers

Interior:
A/C & Heat:
New Pioneer 9K BTU mini-split heat pump A/C and heater
New Suburban NT 20 propane heater

Electrical:
Shore or Battery powered
New 4 Aims AGM 6V 225Ah Deep Cycle Battery
New Westinghouse 4500/3700w inverter generator
120v - 4 Outlets
12v
USB - 2 outlets
Cigarette Outlet

Solar: New EpEver Smart solar MPPT 150v 100a
New PowerMax MP3 120v 100a New Multi-Stage Charge controller
New Inverter - Samlex NXT-3000w-12v
Used 4 - 250w 37v poly 60 cell panels (not installed)

Accessories:
New Valterra Hydromax P25201 55psi water pump
New Water Tanks – (2) 35"L x 28" x 15"H, ~84 gallons total. Days of off grid.
New Water Heater – Excel vent free 90 gallons per hour, Propane, Instant
New Refrigerator - Whytner 3.18cft Top lid.
New Cooktop – Two burner propane
New Sink – Stainless steel WxDxL
Used Faucet - See picture, pull out nozzle! Set up for easy pan filling.

Safety Detectors/ Alarms:
Carbon Monoxide
Propane
Fire x2

Propane:
12.2gal / 51+ gallons with gauge tank

ASME - No tank recertification needed (research this to your satisfaction)

Much much more!! Come see it, hear it.

Lots of extra stuff to go with it.

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Old 02-20-2024, 09:17 PM   #2
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PIX lots of them would be helpful please
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Old 02-28-2024, 09:39 AM   #3
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Rated Cap: 72 Kids / 48 Adults
Hello. I'm sorry for this late response. I've been traveling.

I'm happy to provide pictures and would prefer we do that via email, as I can send more and more easily.

If you want, call me to ask more detailed questions. Please text before calling, as I don't answer numbers I don't know.

Thanks,

Steve
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Old 03-01-2024, 09:33 AM   #4
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International 33' functional for camping, yet not fully completed. It's at a stage where you could easily dmake simple changes for a bath, dresser, toilet or bed setup. Or, go with what's there.

Model - RE 3000
Class - Type D, Flatnose

Engine - T444E 230hp @ 2300rpm, 640ftlbs @1500rpm
Engine build date 12/14/99

This is the same base engine as the highly desired Ford 7.3L. The main differences are the bus version has less horsepower and much more torque.
Turbo - High torque waste gated (GTP-37)
Engine Diagnostics - 6 pin J1708 (old style). Software and cables to run diagnostics included.
Tranny - Allison MT643 with 3rd/4th lockup. Works very good.
Rear End - Brand new rebuild Dana N190S (old 5.11) (current 4.10). I changed this to give me 60mph cruise (flat road) at 2000 rpm. Pulls an approximate 6% grade at ~55mph.
New tranny cooler - hose lines need to be run. I have new hoses
New filters all around, except coolant.
New fan belt
New radiator hose

Start Batteries:
New 2 Interstate group 31T 31-ECL 700cca, 875 crank amps, 190 reserve @25 amps

Suspension/Steering:
New King pins $2000
New Tie rods
New Drag Link
New Shocks (all)

Other:
New windshield wipers

Interior:
A/C & Heat:
New Pioneer 9K BTU mini-split heat pump A/C and heater
New Suburban NT 20 propane heater

Electrical:
Shore or Battery powered
New 4 Aims AGM 6V 225Ah Deep Cycle Battery
New Westinghouse 4500/3700w inverter generator
120v - 4 Outlets
12v
USB - 2 outlets
Cigarette Outlet

Solar: New EpEver Smart solar MPPT 150v 100a
New PowerMax MP3 120v 100a New Multi-Stage Charge controller
New Inverter - Samlex NXT-3000w-12v
Used 4 - 250w 37v poly 60 cell panels (not installed)

Accessories:
New Valterra Hydromax P25201 55psi water pump
New Water Tanks – (2) 35"L x 28" x 15"H, ~84 gallons total. Days of off grid.
New Water Heater – Excel vent free 90 gallons per hour, Propane, Instant
New Refrigerator - Whytner 3.18cft Top lid.
New Cooktop – Two burner propane
New Sink – Stainless steel WxDxL
Used Faucet - See picture, pull out nozzle! Set up for easy pan filling.

Safety Detectors/ Alarms:
Carbon Monoxide
Propane
Fire x2

Propane:
12.2gal / 51+ gallons with gauge tank

ASME - No tank recertification needed (research this to your satisfaction)

Much much more!! Come see it, hear it.

Lots of extra stuff to go with it.
I would like to see photos of your bus for sale, including the under side as well as the interior. If the entire subfloor and ceiling were ripped out during conversion, please show photos of that, too.
Thanks.
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Old 03-01-2024, 11:39 AM   #5
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Chassis: Freightliner
Engine: 6.4 liter Mercedes MBE 900
Rated Cap: 48 passenger
Why no pictures?

It looks like you're advertising your partially converted bus for sale. Just like Craigslist, pictures will get you interest. But unlike Craigslist, the folks here are bus conversion people, so pictures of the conversion process are valued.
We're used to seeing unfinished conversions put up for sale. If you have photos, let's see them.
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Old 03-02-2024, 04:47 PM   #6
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Hi Ross. I originally had pictures up. I didn't realize they were no longer up. I'll see if I can add them again. Have a good day.
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Old 03-02-2024, 08:16 PM   #7
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Old 03-02-2024, 08:49 PM   #8
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Not sure how you did that, but thank you. I can't find how to edit my original post.
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