The bus is finished in red and is powered by a replacement fuel-injected 8.1-liter Vortec V8 paired with a 4L85E four-speed automatic transmission. It shines in the off-road department too, thanks to an NP 205 dual-range transfer case, a Dana 60 front axle, and a GM 14-bolt rear end. Modern features like power steering, air suspension, and power-assisted disc brakes at all four corners make driving the bus a breeze. The steering stabilizer and shocks have been recently replaced, so it should be good to go on an adventure trip anytime.
Speaking of which, its cabin is packed flush with goodies thanks to a very clever camper conversion work done under prior ownership. The rear living space features two lounge seats that convert into a bed for the night. For the day, it offers amenities such as a furnace, a refrigerator, stove, sink, and a power converter. Further equipment includes a 25-gallon water tank, a 14-gallon propane tank, and a water heater. We’re not sure we interpret this correctly, but it seems that one of the pictures features a campervan toilet too.
Not sure about you, but we dig this bus conversion, even though it needs a little TLC. And the fact that it’s a super short version makes it easy to drive around and maneuver in tight spaces. If it's got your attention, you can find it on Bring a Trailer, where it sells with no reserve. The highest bid is $11,000 at the time of writing, but there are still five days left to bid, so anything is possible.