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CHECK THIS OUT: School Bus RV With A Fire Pit On Its Roof

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This 1999 Blue Bird All American could be one of the coolest rigs yet thanks to its cool underglow, roof-top fire pit, and horse trough bathtub. According to a report, the vehicle owner claims it was constructed by experienced people and that the final model has actually been driven for 16,093 km and has even been camping on Bureau of Land Management land.

1999 Blue Bird All American buses are famous for their resemblance to transit buses and were used in Blue Bird’s very own luxurious Wanderlodge RVs. This model measures 12.19 meters in length and could carry 84 students.

In the back is the Cummins ISC 260 8.3. An 8.3-liter straight-six turbodiesel generates 299 kg-ft of torque and 260 hp in this mod. It is driven by a four-speed Allison MT643. The seller claims that it travels at 113 km/h.

The exterior has been painted using two-stage auto paint. The hazard light bulbs were changed to the kind of headlights found on Jeeps. At the rear, the hazard lights were transformed into turn indicators and taillights.

The most remarkable feature of the rig is found on its roof. The bus’ roof was transformed into a party deck that has a two-foot outdoor fire pit.

This pit is fueled by propane. The gas comes from a hard pipe that is threaded through the bathroom wall and then down onto the frame.

Another notable element is the LED underglow light that gives the rig an angsty look.

Things are even better inside with a complete kitchen and bathroom that rocks a horse-trough-style bathtub with its own side door and marble throughout. The toilet is also heated with a bidet.

The bus can hold 1611L of freshwater and includes the 1362L grey tank, as well as a 643L black tank. The roof is equipped with 1,200W of solar panels. It also has the capacity to replenish 600 amp hours of lithium battery. There is a 3,000W gas generator on board too.

There are three propane tanks. One tank is used for the fire pit, while the other two tanks power the stove and the water heater.

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