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1964 GMC Bus to Motorhome Conversion For Sale

This is a 1964 GMC bus to motorhome conversion for sale near Boston, Massachusetts.

Inside you’ll find a full kitchen, bathroom, sofa bed, dinette, and a bedroom.

Asking price is $7,999 but the bus needs work. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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1964 GMC Bus to Motorhome Conversion For Sale

1964 GMC Bus to Motorhome Conversion For Sale

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1964 gmc Bus converted into a RV, 8b71 motor rebuilt,
it has the following:
– A/C Heater
– 150 gallon Gray Water Tank
– 150 gallon Water Tank
– Approx 140 gallon Fuel Tank
– 4 Speed Standard (Manual)
– Full Kitchen: Double Sink, Stove, Refrigerator, and Microwave
– Toilet, Sink, and stand up Shower
– New Clutch
– Destination Reel ( lots of Destinations listed, mostly Raceways) They still make the heat resistant paper needed for this reel. You can make up your own reel with your own destinations / Name the Bus.
– Laundry/or/ Trash Shoot, We used it for dirty Laundry.
– 4 New Rear Tires
– Rebuild Engine 30,000 miles ago, Supercharged (No Turbo)
– 8 Cylinders
– Spare Parts, including Glass, starter, air bags, alternator, window seals, etc.

Needs a new Hot Water Heater, new seals in front side window & middle side window.
After using this Bus for the past 5+ years, we’ve noticed the wooden floor under the kitchen has gotten squishy, and the wood on the inside passenger side (near door) has rotted due to a leak in window seals. Also the window in the back drivers side has a seal that needs to be replaced. We still would have camped in it this year if we hadn’t moved on to a fifth wheel and maybe more.

Learn more: http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/rvs/5283383179.html

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  • gale
    October 25, 2015, 3:34 pm

    This is perfect for the people on this site who are really interested in tiny but have limited resources. Has everything you need with a few repairs you can make over time. Hope they see this one!

  • Comet
    October 25, 2015, 6:50 pm

    Save a ton of counter space by just getting a flat screen. Whoever gets this is prob getting a great deal even if they just park it and fix what is stated here to be known to be wrong; but a really careful inspection of ALL systems and FLOORS and SEALS should be done to make sure what exactly needs to be done ASAP and or can be done later on. Seals leaking is a some what “Big Deal” problem as it lets water down behind the wall boards that can rot the floor; damage the wiring; rust the actual support chassis; and grow mold.

    I would like to see more pics of the kitchen area—-

  • Tom
    October 26, 2015, 9:07 pm

    I feel their is more to this gentlemen’s story than meets the eye, not my cup of tea but it doesn’t scare me. What kind of scares me is thinking a cute little tiny house will some how save our children’s future, we are giving them an 18 trillion dollar bill that is scary.

  • eydie & eddie
    October 31, 2015, 11:32 pm

    we R very interested in your bus! It sounds like something we can handle. We R both on disability. Eddie fell 30 feet down an elevator shaft at the end of his day. He barely walked away with empty pockets and a broken back.
    In 2007 I was in a coma after throwing up blood all over the bedroom. No one could figure out what was wrong w/me. Then an Older Russian doctor walked in, a GI doc and figured it out in 15 min. I was in the coma for approx a week. All the idiots who had no clue started telling me I would most likely be dead in 4 years. So, what year is it now???. We R in Cleveland, Ohio and we both need to head west 2 a dryer climate. And hopefully find some legal pain relief. We both want to work more than ever before!!! The bus looks like the perfect size. 30 ft. maybe? Feel free to call if U want 2… 1-216-8557110. Thankx 4 your time! Peace! e&*e*

  • alex
    June 2, 2016, 9:11 pm

    Sorry to read your set backs, God bless looking @ the interior pic of the bed room it has the emergency door by the bed that is common on the 4104 and not the 4106, every thing I see is 4106 I’ve owned 5 of them, have one now being repowered with 6V92TA the hot rod of the bus industry all aluminum with some steel in the caps being the exception, great bus, less weight than most stick & staples and large storage under bays, & it wont fall apart no leaks to have to patch all the time

  • Jason
    October 4, 2016, 4:36 pm

    This converted PD-4106 has been sold. It now resides in Pennsylvania, and its new owners are in the process of refurbishing it. They plan to utilize it as a motorhome and guest house.

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