||Address: You tow
|Size: 220 Sq. Ft.
||Postal Code: 80125
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Use it as an office, a guest house or an off-the-grid cabin.
Cleverly laid out interior approximately 230 square feet, with tons of
builtin overhead storage. A full kitchen with stove, oven,microwave, sink
and 3-way refrigerator/freezer (runs on AC, DC or propane). Generous amount
of kitchen counter space, at least for a tiny house.
Lots of windows for plenty of sunshine. (Hideous cranberry-colored insulating curtains included.)
Overhead skylights and vents with screens.
Lots of 12 Volt lighting throughout.
Also wired for AC if you are on the grid.
Propane furnace and hotwater heater.
Overhead electric heating and cooling, if you are on the grid.
On board fresh water tank, and waste water tanks.
Additional storage below in the old luggage compartments, from when it was a passenger bus.
4 large deep discharge Trojan marine batteries for house batteries ( several
times the capacity of typical motorhome batteries.)
Beefy 3000 watt inverter can run almost anything: table saw, etc.
45 watts of solar panels on the roof, with room to add more if you want.
Number 1. Tow her to your land, put her up on blocks, add a door,
clean the carpet, and you have a unique tiny house.
If you are planning to build your own tiny house, or bus conversion:
Tow it to your land, salvage all the appliances, burn the hideous curtains, and sell the body and engine for scrap metal.
You will get all the appliances and fixtures you need, and actually make money on the deal.
If you are really ambitious, tow it to your land, fix it up and get it on the road.
It needs a new door, new tires, new engine batteries, and the windshield is cracked.
And pretty much every gauge and dial on the dashboard has to be rewired.
The original owner put in a huge diesel engine, Jake's brakes and air brakes.
As far as I can determine, the engine is a Cummins V908. Yes, that is
nine hundred and 8 cubic inches. Yes, that is same size engine in a Sherman tank.
The last time I drove it, it ran smooth and powerful.
A retired trucker told me it sounded beautiful.
It does leak a little oil, and the exhaust is smoky.
If you do get this running, you will have something absolutely unique.
I left it in storage too long, and the engine batteries are dead.
It hasn't been started in about a year and a half.
The scrap metal dealer offered me $140/ton. I am offering it for sale on tiny houses below that price, because it has so much potential. I want to see her go to good use, rather than just be completely scrapped.
Location : You tow,Littleton,CO,USA,80125