Sled bus for sale

Cornfusion

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Chassis Details-

-2004 freightliner, 154k miles, Mercedes mbe900 with Allison auto, Air brakes, air ride rear axle, air ride drivers seat, factory tinted windows, cruise control, just pa inspected, rear tires all but new, fronts have a lot of miles left, just serviced it with new fluids and greased. Have an ag diesel fuel box on it and put a 280hp ecm so should be well over 300hp. Top speed to set the cruise is 78mph so we set it there and it holds very well. Average mpg to wy and back is usually between 7 and 8mpg.

The good-

- licensed and titled as a motorhome so non cdl. Air brake endorsement may be required in your state.
-Seating for 4, also have 2 more seats that go with it that just need bolted back in.
-Will hold 4 mtn sleds of any length and possibly get a fifth but we never tried.
-Back door opens to around 52"
-under bus storage for sled ramp
-trailer hitch and wired for lights but no brake controller
-50gal aux gas tank for sleds(we used it for av gas)
- dump switch for rear bags to drop rear loading height
-rear camera
-rear led light bar
- heat works great in both the front and the back. No a/c.
- we worked really hard to make it quiet and comfortable in the cab area and it is very pleasant. Room to stand up and stretch or lay down and sleep.
-portable toilet in cargo area
- tv/dvd player
- Kenwood stereo with 6x9 speakers and an amp and sub. Nothing crazy but sounds good watching tv or radio.
-refabed the front door with rv lockable latch
- spray foam insulated the cab area
-lvl flooring, carpet on walls and sound deadening mat used thru out.
- body was sprayed with raptor liner and roof with rv roof paint.
- aluminum wheels were sanded and machine polished a few years ago so a little hand work would bring them back to super shine
-lots of storage

The bad-
- lived life as a PA bus and only driven in the winters since we got it so there is some rust. Nothing crazy or detrimental though.
- check engine light is on, the grid heater wasn't activating so I put a switch on to activate it when needed but it throws a code when you do that.
- with the higher hp ecm occasionally it will go into limp mode and throw a manifold pressure code. We are going to try a new sensor and that should fix it. Only happens randomly and easily reset by shutting off and restarting. Original 210hp ecm comes with it which never threw the code.
- needs a good cleaning inside and out.

It is a very relaxing and comfortable ride. We built it for comfort and to save mileage on my truck. I think we put around 30k miles on it now. I bought a place in wy last year so we leave our sleds there and fly so we just don't use it anymore and I hate to see it sit around. We have a ton of time into this thing and it turned out just how we wanted. I am willing to work with delivery but it is currently located in Pennsylvania. I would jump in it tonight and drive it anywhere in the us.



We are asking $10k obo. We have a lot more than that in it but we'd like to see someone else get to enjoy it instead of just sit around.



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