Unfortunately that one is a low roof model, passenger windows in line with drivers. It's as tall as you or an inch or so more. Most of my build is on the sides so the only time really you are fully erect is in the middle. So get inside and walk around and see if it's going to work for you. Former church bus means it wasn't a daily route bus, so that might be good if it was maintained like a school bus. Now if it was a church bus after being retired from the school 20 years ago, likely it has had the usual broken speedo replaced and mileage would be around 150k after 15 years. 5.9 is a decent motor, but there are better, and the AT545 is the least desirable transmission for highway speeds and mountain driving, as it has no lock up converter and is suseptable to overheating and destroying itself. Need to know where it lived it's life to know whether rust will be a concern, never heard a seller be truthful about what is hidden. Prices have been going up, but I'm not sure that's a $5k bus to me. It is not a BigMtBus.
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