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Old 03-27-2018, 06:08 PM   #1
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International Skoolie for Sale in Oregon!!

$14,500 OBO! Letís talk, offers accepted
Clean Oregon Class C RV title in hand!
Contact Levi 541-817-9353
1982 International Blue Bird. 279,000 miles runs like a TOP. This engine/trans is ready to work, all fluids have been changed and maintained, all components have been greased, brakes are 80%+ wouldn't hesitate to take it across country one bit. Bus has been fleet maintained before I got it and has been serviced by reputable local diesel repair since then . 90% complete live in, just needs your finishing touches and a bathroom if you desire one. International DT466 turbo diesel which is very powerful and reliable, very easy to maintain all mechanical (straight piped with a side exit exhaust of course) STRONG Allison automatic transmission. Brand new 200amp upgraded Leece Neville alternator and new drive belts. Full 110 throughout 3 full size battery bank with new Interstate deep cycle RV batteries, converter charger, Pure sine 4,000w inverter with auto tranfer switch which is protected by a 250amp inline fuse. Ready for a generator or solar connection (I used my 9000w stand alone when we dry camp) we also wired in a pull switch that draws from the coach batteries to the engine battery in case of emergency start if the engine battery has been ran down. Drivers seat is a full air seat out of a 2010 Kenworth that is fully adjustable and is heated. Insulated walls with tongue and groove wood panels. One leather couch with reclining ends and another couch that we built that has storage underneath. Wood laminate in the front of the bus and stain master carpet in the rear where the beds are. Queen bunk beds at back. Towards the rear near the beds we built a table that comes apart to make another 7' bed. Magic chef 4 burner gas stove/oven and matching apartment sized magic chef stainless fridge/freezer. 5% suntek HD Carbon Tint on ALL side and rear windows ($1,500 just for this). 5' sink base with small bar sink have everything needed to hook plumbing up (RV Style water fill neck w/ city connection also, fresh and grey 50gal water tanks, water pump, fixtures) Full size 75-100lb propane tank under bus. Killer stereo, (2) 12" champion series Pioneer subwoofers, (4) Infinity Reference coax 6x9 speakers (you won't need any more stereo in this trust me, all of this new is well over $2,500). LED runner lights in ceiling, RGB LED light strip the runs down and around the front half of the bus inside with RF music controller, LED chrome marker lights, Replaced the standard brake lights with new (4) LED units that are also reverse lights which are extremely bright, 52Ē curved LED Light Bar on the front of the bus, new headlight switch as well as hi/low beam foot switch. Union Pacific large 4 horn train air horn. Lots of new semi gloss black powdercoat as well as a stainless grill insert out of a Peterbilt. New steer tires, rears are in good shape still about 40%, painted black steel wheels with newer stems and chrome lug nut covers. I will include a NICE cast wood stove that would be perfect for it! Lots of other things I'm forgetting I'm sure message or call me if SERIOUSLY interested at 541-817-9353. I can send any videos or pictures you may want.

Registered as a class C RV. Easy title transfer, easily insured

Again, this bus has no bathroom yet!! One could be added. Close to being ready to live in full time.
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Old 03-28-2018, 10:48 AM   #2
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Have the floors, walls & ceiling been insulated?

Are these recent pics of how it looks now?

BTW-- It's easy to rotate a pic....... much easier to look at that way
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Old 03-28-2018, 03:16 PM   #3
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Floors were painted with anti rust roll on, then a sheet of plywood installed between base and wood laminate and carpet. Sides have foam insulation sheets. Roof is untouched. All pictures are within the last 8 months, haven’t driven it anywhere recently. They were upright when I uploaded them, not sure how they got switched. Call if you have questions much easier to discuss things on the phone. 541-817-9353
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Old 03-28-2018, 05:04 PM   #4
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What's the reason you're getting rid of this? Did you find a major problem?
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Old 03-28-2018, 05:21 PM   #5
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I donít use it as a live in. My situation in life has changed greatly in the last year. The bus has no problems. We have a full service diesel repair shop and itís ready to go. Why would you suggest Iím getting rid of it because it has a problem?? I need money to purchase a gooseneck trailer and other equipment to get my business off the ground. Iím not using it and it deserves someone who will use and appreciate it because it has a lot of life left and it sitting was not my plan when we built it. Again, for serious inquiries or questions call me or text if I donít answer 541-817-9353. Iíll spend as much time as it takes and send any video or picture you would like. I know the bus in and out.
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:09 PM   #6
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Year: 1995
Coachwork: gutted unknown
Chassis: International 3800
Engine: 6 cylinder turbo
Rated Cap: 72
Wow How difficult was it towing the trailer I'm amazed by seeing the length and can't imagine being too road friendly in city travel .was there any concerns to know about in your travels
I'm new at owning and driving something so long behind me
Mary Ann & Rick Owners of a skoolie
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:35 PM   #7
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Well I drive doubles and triples for UPS as my day job so it’s easy compared to those... the turning radius of this bus is great. I take it downtown quite frequently when we use it in the summer.
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