This is a low mileage 1992 Thomas Built Bus Conversion that’s SOLD. It’s Don Miller’s bus conversion.
It’s a wonderful motorhome that’s completely custom and remodeled. And it’s great for boondocking too because it’s set up to be completely off-grid functional. Pretty cool, right? There’s a fun story behind it too, so I hope you’ll enjoy it below. Thanks.
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Low-Mileage 1992 Thomas Built Bus
Here’s the info and the photos about my bus conversion RV that’s for sale. (SOLD!)
In its previous lives, it served our rural county first as a beloved bookmobile and then as its Red Cross bloodmobile.
Once I finally got the Red Cross to sell it to me, I thoroughly enjoyed the process of fixing it up – starting with installing all those windows!
The bus is in pristine condition, almost like new. We love it, but can’t justify keeping it since it turns out we just don’t care to leave home!
The asking price is well below what I’ve put into this labor of love.
The bus is at our home near Asheville NC.
Conversion to RV included replacement of some major components, including gas tank, fuel pump, tires, brakes, radiator, water pump, master cylinder, hoses and belts, windshield glass, tail lights, and sway bar links, as well as improvement of the leaf springs.
Price reduction – now $37,500. SOLD.
- Superior quality materials and workmanship
- Non-toxic, low-VOC (or no-VOC) materials used throughout, from paints to flooring
- All cabinetry constructed of solid wood (no plywood, no formaldehyde)
- New windows and screens
- Cozy LED lighting
- Double bed
- Great internal and external storage
- Ample kitchen
- Hardwood countertops
- Full-size double sink
- Freezer: Whynter model FM
- Refrigerator: stainless Avanti
- Heater: vented stainless steel propane Dickinson
- Water heater: vented propane Ecco Temp L10 (with on-demand spark pilot light)
- Shower and composting toilet
- Natural Marmoleum flooring
- Potable water tank (40 gallons)
- Gray water tank (30 gallons)
- New tires: 7 Continental 225/70R 19.5
- Body is 2-layered, with 2 inches of fiberglass insulation
- Freshly painted by Maaco in 2018
- Solar electronics
- Photovoltaic powered 12 volt DC
- Solar panels: four GE 175 watt units
- System monitor: Bogart Engineering model SC-2030
- Charge controller: MPPT type FLEXmax
- Battery monitor: Bogart Engineering TM-2030
- 2000 watt inverter: Xantrex Prowatt SW
- Batteries: 2 Trojan T-125 (flooded)
- VIN 1GBKP32K4N3303944
- Chevrolet engine (350 cubic inch gasoline V-8)
- General Motors chassis (P30)
- 4-speed automatic transmission
- Rear axle ratio 5.13
- Maximum gross vehicle weight 14,500 pounds, actual weight 10,500 pounds
- NC Inspection valid to 6-30-2020
- Actual mileage is 39,425
- Conversion to RV included replacement of some major components, including gas tank, fuel pump, tires, brakes, radiator, water pump, master cylinder, hoses and belts, windshield glass, tail lights, and sway bar links, as well as improvement of the leaf springs.
Our big thanks to Don Miller for sharing!🙏
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