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Classified Instructions
Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:14 pm


- This section is open for all forum members to post buses and bus related items for sale.

- This section can also be used to post items that we find for sale somewhere on line. Feel free to post those links here. Include as much info as you can about the item for sale and a link to the online site.

- Eagles International club members will get preferential treatment when selling complete buses. When any club member lists a bus for sale in this forum, send a PM either to me or Dreamscape and we will make your listing a 'stickie thread' so it will stay at the top of the list. Please inform us when the item sells or is no longer for sale.

- The forum is a safe place to list your items, but please be smart about the information you put online. If you put your complete e-mail address in your thread it could be farmed by spam-bots. Please use the format 'name at domain.com' instead of using the @ sign. Same thing with phone numbers. They can be listed as five-five-5-8-three-two-one-9-four-nine. That can't be picked up as a phone number by a bot. But be aware that if you list your number in ANY form in your ad, it is available to anyone that comes to this site.
Dale Houston
1993 Eagle 15-45
Nashville, TN
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Re: Classified Instructions
Thu Jun 03, 2010 5:59 pm


Dale has said it very well.

However, some folks might be confused by the term "member". There are two different types of memberships.

The general public (Eagle owner or not) can be a "member" of this group by simply registering. The registered general public member has quite a few "rights" on our website. This includes being able to post Eagle related items for sale in this forum.

The second level of membership is Eagle International Chapter "members". These "members" enjoy additional benefits on this website in addition to being members of a fantastic organization. Information on how to join Eagles International can be found at: http://www.eaglesinternational.net/join.html

Jim
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Evergreen, CO
'85 Eagle 10 with Series 60 & Eaton AutoShift 10 speed transmission - not at all fancy, but fully functional
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LISTING A FOR SALE BUS
Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:15 pm


I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL 1989 SILVER EAGLE , MODEL 15 WITH 120,000 MILES, GARAGE KEPT WITH RECENT UPGRADES. IF YOU WOULD LIKE PICS AND MORE INFO, PLEASE EMAIL. I'M LOCATED IN EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA.
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Want to Purchase Eagle
Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:35 pm


Hello,

I am looking to purchase an Eagle. If anyone could help me with this, it would be greatly appreciated.

A little about myself:

I have wanted an Eagle since childhood, I'M now in my forties. I have never been interested in Prevost, MCI, VanHool, or any other type of bus. I have run a large trucking company in the past, and therefore I'M fairly familiar with diesel motors, air brake systems, etc. With this said, Im not an expert and have always relied on my mechanics to fix majority of issues.

I"m currently a chief of police for a city in Texas, and don't have the mechanic availability that I once had with regard to diesel service.

I"m looking for a model 15 I believe, due to the 102 width? Someone please correct me if Im wrong. I like Detroit motors, have used both series 60 and Cummins in previous experiences with much luck. I also know Cat motors to be very reliable, but expensive to maintain and or repair. I guess my preference overall would be Detroit if option available.

I personally like standard transmission, but I"m open to an automatic as well.

I really like Jake brakes, but not a deal breaker

An updated interior is a must. I prefer an updated exterior as well and CANNOT be RED per the wife.

My wife likes all things top of the line when it comes to electronics, I couldn't care less if one television was inside though personally. With this said a moving satellite would really keep her happy if possible.

I'm not sure about the raised roof, etc, so maybe someone could help me with that? What is raised as opposed to standard?

I do like central air and heat with ducting. I don't mind roof air as a secondary system, but again not as a primary.

A generator is a must, not sure on how large though, would love one tapped into main fuel supply.

A full bathroom with walk in shower is a must.

I would like leather interior, but not a must.

I must have rear bedroom, no lounge to rear.

I am not a fan of bunks of any kind, simply wasted space for my wife and I. We have no children

The bus would be for the two of us, with me using at camper park with full hook ups through week. My home is about 60 miles form job and Im currently staying in travel trailer. The travel trailer is very nice, but always an issue, they are just built cheap.

I'm looking to spend between $45,0000 and $100,000 with at least half available in cash as earnest money.

If someone could help me, I already have a buyer for my travel trailer. I have also missed out on two very nice Eagles in Texas this week, but have been told that I"m on backup list.

I have my wife very interested, and want to purchase while the fire is hot. With this said, I have waited a lifetime for an Eagle and will refrain from buying junk of any kind.

Thanks again for any help
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