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Old 11-26-2019, 05:38 PM   #1
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Join Date: Nov 2019
Location: Knox County, Ohio
Posts: 1
Year: 1990
Coachwork: Thomas Built
Chassis: Chevrolet
Post The Venturing Violet - 1990 Thomas Built Chevrolet V8

Available & drive away ready NOW!

Location: Knox County (Centerburg), Ohio
Price: $9,499
Email: theventuringviolet@gmail.com

Violet was originally a church transport bus in Tennessee, saw very little snow so no salt damage! She spent one season up in Michigan as a mobile "hunting cabin" before she became ours. We removed the interior installed by the first owner and replaced it with top shelf materials. She needs a bath but is otherwise solid as a rock and very dependable.

We love Violet and she has no major issues, we're having a baby and choosing to stay near family instead of road living!

See the first online listing with photos: https://tinyhouselistings.com/listin...tiny-house-bus

More progress photos on our Instagram: @theventuringviolet

Walk-through tours and footage of her engine running: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0H...Gk9cCwfDKu44UA

Specs & Details:
  • Partial Convert 1990 Thomas built 10 window dog nose Chevy skoolie, approximately 26' x 8' interior living space.
  • 165,583 miles
  • 2nd generation B-Series, 8.2L Detroit Diesel "Fuel Pincher" V8 engine
  • Allison AT545 Transmission
  • Diesel fuel - good biodiesel conversion model
  • Outside signs & decals removed, neutral paint
  • Hardwood interior - Red oak, cedar, luan
  • Dry composting toilet
  • Private bathroom
  • Private bedroom area
  • Storm door entry w/ retractable screened window, metal handle set, and deadbolt
  • Full floor and roof rust treatments
  • 1 inch floor insulation
  • inch hardwood subfloor
  • 1 inch wall insulation
  • inch hardwood wall panels
  • R13 Fluff fill EcoBatt ceiling insulation
  • inch flexible luan ceiling panels
  • 3 Solid inch red oak walls + extra precut wall pieces not yet installed
  • Cedar trim
  • Some built in storage shelving
  • Solar panels - disconnected
  • Two deep cycle batteries
  • Roof deck - 8' x 8'
  • Back porch - 7.5' x 3'
  • Camp kitchen - portable stove and upcycled chest freezer ice box (used like a cooler, still has plug and manual temp converter for later power use)
  • Clean & Valid Ohio Motor Home conversion title - you can easily get a temporary plate/tag to drive it home!

**Several bonus materials, pieces, and parts we collected for the build are available as well. 2 plywood wall pieces, already cut for ceiling curve. Fuse box. Dirty but usable water tank. Light fixtures. Lots more.
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