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sale-or-trade Overland Diesel Pusher $7,000

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1989 Overland Bus for sale or possible trade.

38'
Detroit 8.2 turbo diesel
Allison Transmission
Onan "quiet" diesel 7.5k generator
22.5 Alcoa aluminum wheels
Hydraulic leveling jacks
Central vacuum system
Furnance
Dual roof AC units
Newer model fridge and freezer
New installed toilet
New Queen mattress

This was bought by my father with intentions to remodel and see the country in but health issues have permanently squashed those plans. It has plenty of potential but is dated as the pics show. While nothing would prevent you from setting it up to camp out of today it has a couple issues that I would address if I were in the position of the buyer. TIRES- while they are 10 or 12 ply they are old and show rot. We have traveled locally with it but I wouldn't want to start out toward Yellowstone with it. REAR WINDOW- theres one window that was damaged and the glass is missing. It's been sealed off so it doesn't affect you camping in it or it being stored but something high on my list of fixes.

Anyone seriously interested can contact me and I can run on at length about it. Even if you aren't a camper or traveler it has the potential to be a badazz hunting hideaway. I suppose you could camo paint it and use the missing window as a snipers nest :)

While I'm really trying to recover as much of dads money as possible I am willing to look at trades or partial trades that interest me. These include but not limited to firearms, farm tractor, bobcat, high lift, duramax diesel chevy truck, powerstroke ford truck, cummins dodge truck, dirt bike, full size Harley, Early Hayabusa, van, box truck, old street rod, station wagon, etc

$7,000 cash

8/28/19- listening to reasonable cash offers. MUST get this gone so don't be shy

It's located in Jefferson City Tn 37760

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40 minutes ago, abusfullofnuns said:

On the hunt for a basic pop up. Too bad my price range is half of the asking. This would be quite a bit more comfortable. 
 

Good luck with the sale. Wish I had more money to blow. 

I'd consider cash and trades :)

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