39 foot Thomas Bus Conversion to RV


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4 New Tires with virgin rubber, excellent condition
New shoes (all the way around)
NO RUST – NO LEAKS
2 inch tow receiver
17 foot Awning
50 AMP fuse box
All new wiring & plumbing (1/2″ PVC)
110 Voltage
All materials are household quality and can be easily repaired from home improvement store for cheaper than RV parts


4 Top propane stove with oven
Apartment sized fridge runs on 110
5 gallon electric water heater
Lighting is 110 (the original running lights are still in place throughout the bus)
Gross Vehicle Weight was 36,200 lbs before the seats were removed.
Runs great!!
One bedroom with full size bed, enamel sink, privacy door, armoire and 6 deep drawers
2 additional bunks

Bathroom with shower (with tub) and home size flush enamel toilet (not plastic!)
Floating Laminate wood grain floor throughout
Microwave
All hand built cabinetry (solid wood)
Pantry had hand punched custom tin, custom hand cast pulls, and a solid granite counter top

Double Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
2 Captains chairs in front swivel to face living room
Fold down table seats 4
Couch
Entertainment cabinet/bookshelf


Ample 110 outlets throughout bus and one in each bunk
1 outlet outside under awning
17 foot Retractable Awning
Fresh paint inside and out
2 underbelly storage compartments
RV flexible sewage hose & lines
Waterhose attachment for hook ups.
There are no fresh/grey/black water tanks. We did not need them. This is intended to be used with hook-ups.
There is ample room under the bus for these things to be installed.

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