Think it might be time to sell. Bus was run by Tulsa public schools on CNG for 85,000 miles. I just converted it over to Gasoline 3 months ago and it runs great! Installed a NEW Holley 600 vacuum secondary carb and an aluminum 70 gallon gas tank and electric fuel pump. Has Air brakes, Allison Auto, 6 new tires with less than 300 miles on them. Onan BGA 5.0 Generator with it's own 10 Gallon fuel tank with sending unit. Will be installing remote start and gauge in the next few weeks. Has inside wired down drivers side in conduit, breaker panel with shore/ Generator switch and a 25' shore cord. Has 15,000 BTU Carrier roof mounted A/C. Has some windows removed and covered in 1/8" aluminum on the outside, insulated and skinned inside with gray sheet metal. RV entry door, Has a steel and aluminum wall inside 14 foot from the back of the bus (was going to make a toy hauler) with a sliding pocket door. Built in Microwave, small sink shelf (uncut) small cube fridge, and portable Toilet (unused) comes with fresh water and black water holding tanks (both new and unused) and a RV Toilet (also unused and new) I will take some new pictures of is this week end. TITLED AS AN RV IN OKLAHOMA. $6000.00 FIRM.
Had some questions for Info I didn't list.
Bus is 31' long
I'm 5'10" and my head clears the A/c lower vent unit on the ceiling. so bus is standard height, can measure if needed.
Bus will comfortably cruise down the highway at 65-70 mph, I have had it to 80 (but that's just ridiculous in a school bus)
Floor deck is steel with rubber deck (no wood)
NO RUST (other than light surface rust on the roof and around empty screw holes from old mirror mounts) Solid Solid Solid Bus
Engine runs great even though it looks to have the Original spark plugs!! Yes these are on my list to change out.
MAN!.... This is right up my alley. If only you lived in ohio..... I'd be over looking and be very interested in buying it.
Hows that gas engine pull the bus after being switched from NG? And since it's carbed, why did you run an electric fuel pump instead of the mechanical one? No place for it on the block? Or just like an electric one?
Sure looks like it has potential to be a great bus. I really like it.
Like I said.... if you were closer I'd likely be owning that.