Toy Hauler / Race Bus - $7500

Discussion in 'Other' started by Vort3xR6, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    Up for sale is my 1995 Ford Shuttle Bus conversion. It is in amazing shape and has worked wonders for me this past season. Due to a work schedule conflict, I won't be racing on Sunday's this year so I will not need a place to sleep at the track.

    This is one of the coolest vehicles I have ever seen and as much as I want to keep it, it doesn't make sense to keep it in storage all year and not sleep in it once.

    1995 Ford E-350 shuttle bus conversion / race hauler
    Gas V-8 engine (15mpg fully loaded)
    117,000 miles
    Engine was recently tuned up with all new fluids everywhere.
    New brakes
    New torsion bars
    New rear tires
    Clean Carfax- supplied to owner
    Clean Colorado Title


    The amenities - UP FRONT
    - Set up with 2 batteries, 1 for vehicle, 1 for accessories.
    - 4000watt inverter to power TV, DVD player, Radio, Fridge, etc.
    - Sink with On-Demand pump w/ large refillable ballast jug.
    - 19 inch LCD flatscreen with multiple inputs (warranty from BestBuy included)
    - DVD player
    - Large seating area with seatbelts
    - Folds up into queen size bed.
    - STORAGE everywhere
    - Speakers wired for head unit, but never installed one.
    - Cheap stereo system put in above driver for music. Runs off RV battery.
    - Cabin lights all around

    The Amenities - IN BACK
    - Tie down hooks in multiple locations
    - Pingle wheel chock (not installed)
    - Can fit 2 sportbikes easily
    - Large fold down ramp with bulletproof locking mechanism
    - Storage on both sides for many accessories.
    - HEATER in back for winter months, operated by switch up front
    - Speakers wired for back.
    - Cabin lights in back
    - Hooks on the outside to secure canopy.

    The best part is you register it as an old van, so registration costs are MINIMAL. And you insure it as a small RV so insurance costs are MINIMAL. It is so nice not having to tow anything and for the cost, this is much cheaper than any sleeper toy hauler out there.

    I am asking $7,500. I can drive it from my home in Lakewood, CO to Phoenix, SLC, NM for an addition cost.

    The pictures:
    email me for more pictures, video walk through, or more informationbrad@206racing.com

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  2. G8rDuc

    G8rDuc N00B

    Officially bad ass....awesome deal. Have thought about doing that myself! Good luck!
     
  3. cmra417

    cmra417 Member

    I just bought a 16' trailer, now kicking myself. Great idea.
     
  4. creator

    creator Well-Known Member

    How many people does it sleep?
     
  5. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    It really is designed to only sleep 2 in the front section. However I have blown up an air mattress in the back part just fine. Either side, you are protected from the elements, and quite comfortable I might ad.
     
  6. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    I am going to take a GoPro video walk through as soon as Denver stops snowing like crazy.
     
  7. L8RSK8R

    L8RSK8R Well-Known Member

    Brilliant conversion

    Just awesome. Did you do conversion work? I was gonna do the same with this one :
     

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  8. ktkwong

    ktkwong newbie of WERA

    that is so sweeeeeeeet man!! wish i could buy it, but id also wouldnt be able to afford to store it here with the socal prices (and already own a trailer)

    whoever buys this is getting a bitchin' ride!
     
  9. benprobst

    benprobst Well-Known Member

    Im sure it will be difficult, but could you get me a little better pictures of the storage area in back? Id like to see what kind of space I would be working with around the bikes for tires/wheels etc.... Thank you, you can email me photos or video to ben at mototireusa dot com.
     
  10. mrc00l88

    mrc00l88 Well-Known Member

    very cool.. free bump :up:
     
  11. benprobst

    benprobst Well-Known Member

    Also, what motor? and can I get some photos of the drivers area?
     
  12. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    I got photos and video coming as soon as this snow lets up.

    It is the 7.5 Liter Gas V8. Fully loaded it still got me around 15mpg heading to the track.
     
  13. L8RSK8R

    L8RSK8R Well-Known Member

    How strong is the motor...for towing Featherlite open trailer and Subaru track car?
    I could use it for my bikes and my bro use it for his car.
    Currently hauling with 5 cylinder, Mercedes deisel motor Sprinter van. Sprinter works OK but lags a bit on the steeper hills and no sleepin setup.
     
  14. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately it doesn't have a tow hitch. It is pretty heavy in the rear as it is fully packed so I don't think you would be able to tow anything.

    More pictures.
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  15. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

  16. L8RSK8R

    L8RSK8R Well-Known Member

    Hula girl stays with?
     
  17. Vort3xR6

    Vort3xR6 Well-Known Member

    Sorry! She died a tragic death from placing a helmet on the dash after a race!
     
  18. L8RSK8R

    L8RSK8R Well-Known Member

  19. benprobst

    benprobst Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the photos. Do you have a slightly more specific location. Ive got a buddy who lives in Colorado and Im considering having him swing by and take a look at it for me.
     
  20. benprobst

    benprobst Well-Known Member

    Do you know what it actually weighs empty?
     

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