2003 bluebird with 240kCat 7 forward motor with Alison transmission. No leaks, no mechanical issues. We have driven her 5000 miles. Avg fuel consumption is 8.75 miles per gallon of diesel. 2 new steer tires. Rears need to be changed soon. Exterior is primed only.Interior is fully insulated: 1 inch floor with 3/4 inch maple ply floor.Walls and ceiling 1.5 inch insulation with 1/4 inch maple ply panel.4 total bed spaces: 1 queen bed with full bunk above. 2 twins bunk style.Kitchen: double sink, campchef double burner stove with artesian bread oven. 3 counter tops all with storage below.Large built in cooler with shelving, accommodates 3-4 1 gallon frozen water bottles for cooling or ice blocks. There in a small freezer on board to rotate the frozen bottles.Bathroom: bucket style compost toilet with urine diverted to 5 gallon easy remove container. Trough style bathtub/shower.Seating area at the front of the bus.Solar and water systems designed for boondocking. 720 watts solar feed to 300 Ah renology agm bank. Inverter (4000/8000) handles our blend tech or any power tool I’ve needed to use. There is a 30amp charger if you need to infuse power by generator or from a grid power system.Water50 gallon grey165 gallon freshA very simple passive solar water heating system is on the roof made with black hose. It provides as long as it is reasonably warm approximately 3 gallons of warm to even very hot water in about an hour with sun exposure.We use a portable swamp cooler when it’s hot.There is a 3kw diesel heater installed and tied direct to the bus fuel source. It provides ample warmth even when Temps are in the 20’sThere are a number of 120v outlets as well as USB 12v outlets. All lighting and water pumps and heater are wired direct to the 12v system.
There is a crows nest deck on the roof at the rear. Excellent storage space and chill lounge.
The bus has served our familiy of 5 well.
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Location: St. George, Utah, United States