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**SOLD** 1998 Eagle Model 15 with Detroit Series 60 engine

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Drive side outside
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Passenger side outside
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Inside bus seats and dinettes
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Dinette setup as 2 bunks (sleeps 40
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Restroom
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Storage Bay
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Series 60 Engine
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Placard


For more pictures go to: http://www.houses-for-rent-the-woodlands.com/1998-eagle-bus/

This bus is a 1998 Eagle Model 15 with a 470 hp Detroit Series 60 engine. This bus was factory built with the configuration it has now and with the Detroit series 60 engine, thus the interior and engine is original and is not a conversion or retrofit. The bus is 102 inches wide and 40 feet long and has approximately 330,000 miles.This bus was a special order charter bus, and has never been a line haul bus. Factory full coach sound and PA system. Factory installed inverter to run the DVD monitors, and other 120 volt appliances such as chargers, fans, etc. This particular bus has 10 dinette styled tables with four cup holders per table.rather than all forward facing seats. Each dinette makes a set of bunk beds that sleeps 4. The beauty of this configuration is that you can have intimate groups yet still be able to seat 40 passengers.



GREAT FEATURES:
Custom-built Bus with rare and legendary 470 HP Detroit Series 60 engine...this is the good one! ( unmolested, pre particulate filter)
Allison World five-speed automatic transmission
Two stage Jake Brake
Over-the-road AC
Striping is painted not decals (full body paint)
Restroom
Sink with drain that can be filled with ice to keep drinks cold
Approximately seventy-five percent left on brakes
New belts
New idler pulley bearing
New fuel filters
New oil filter
Three new batteries
Fresh oil change
Factory laminated electrical manual that came with the bus
Storage Cabinets front and rear
Overhead Storage the full length of bus on both sides
Massive under dinette storage full length of bus both sides
Ample storage in baggage bays
Baggage bays approximately eight feet wide by three feet tall by fourteen feet long
Auxiliary Webasto diesel-fired heater
Window curtains
Factory-installed shore power connection for interior bus lights (won't use battery power)
Seats 40 and if wanted, sleeps 40
Dinettes are easily removable for conversion or more space
Eight Alcoa aluminum wheels
Locking baggage bays
Stored inside of insulated facility in Tyler Texas
Drives extremely well...my wife and daughter drive this bus


I will be glad to facetime any portion of the bus if you are out of town and of course show the bus in person if you come to Tyler.

Price: $28,000
Email Michael at 98eagleseries60@gmail.com or call 832-889-9242.
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OK folks, I usually post a link to these ads on our Website in a timely manner. However, I am going to be a bit selfish on this one. It looks like an exceptional buy and I want to give the forum members a shot at it before I make the website post. The website "for sale" gets a lot of hits from the general public.

I will make the post in a couple of days, so all you folks looking for Eagle buses better look at this one.

Jim
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'85 Eagle 10 with Series 60 & Eaton AutoShift 10 speed transmission - not at all fancy, but fully functional
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This bus is no longer for sale!
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Thank you for letting us know.

I apologize that I did not get a link to this post on our website, but it looks like you got the job done.

Jim
Jim Shepherd
Evergreen, CO
'85 Eagle 10 with Series 60 & Eaton AutoShift 10 speed transmission - not at all fancy, but fully functional
Bus Project pages: http://beltguy.com/Bus_Project/busproject.htm
Blog: http://beltguy.com/blog/
Email: jim@eaglesinternational.net (Please email me rather than use the PM process)
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