1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9

1987 MCI Crusader II MC 9 Bus Conversion RV Bright Modern Design

  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
  • 1987 Motor Coach Industries MCI MC 9
Manufacturer Year Type Model Stock Number Mileage Condition Price
Motor Coach Industries 1987 RV MCI MC 9 800,000 Used $23,000

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1987 MCI MC-9 Conversion
24k OBO
Converted 2007 Spent Over $60,000 Converting
A great advantage to converting an MCI bus is that it is on a stainless steel frame
MCI buses are built to drive over 3 million miles comapared to 1 million for most other
bus manufacturers. They are built to carry 40-50 passengers as well as 40-50 steel framed seats.
When converting, one actually puts in much less weight than they were originally built to carry.
They feel much more solid than "sticks and staples" RV's. Go to a wrecking yard sometime and see
what an RV is made of. Thin wood, styrofoam, plywood, etc. The frame of this bus is STEEL. When you walk through it you can feel how solid it is.

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Engine and Tranny Rebuilt in 2007 (30,000 miles ago) Allison HT 748 Transmission
6-V 92 Detroit Silver Series two stroke
Reliabuilt-Re-manufactured Engine, less than 30,000 miles
Alcoa Alloy Wheels Tires have good tread, no signs of rot, 2 new tires from hitting debris
Coach Air/Heat both work very well
No spare
TV's in Bedroom and Behind Driver's seat
7 Kw Onan Generator with Remote start 100* hours
Two - 13,500 BTU roof air conditioners
This coach has the original roof escape hatches (Most converters make the mistake of using for Air Conditioners)
Relatively large (for RV) toilet room
Whirlpool refrigerator
Stainless Microwave
Four burner flat top GE Profile induction electric glass cook top
Several ways to play music or radio
China Type Toilet *Tub/shower Combo
Ceramic tile step well and tub surround
3/4" oak hardwood kitchen floors in Kitchen
Stainless steel sink
One new battery one in good shape ( New as in 2 weeks old)
Queen Size Bed With Storage and Hydraulic Lifts
Beautiful Modern decorating
Sleeper couch in living room makes a bed
Fold down dinette makes a bed
Back up infrared camera system
50 Gal White water, 45 gal Black, 50 Gal grey (white and black estimated)
50 amp plugin (can use 30 with adapter)
Upgraded Electric windshield wipers
32,000 BTU propane furnace
Air ride, High Back drivers seat
CB radio
Smoke, Carbon Monoxide, and Propane alarms
Large hallway closet
Sony kitchen radio/CD player
Manetek Power Plus Converter
Cracked passenger side windshield (2 runners, not too bad)
Cracked passenger side window in bedroom (spiderweb from vandalism)
Issue with Turbo not engaging. WILL climb mountains. (Raton Pass Heading South 7735 STEEP feet, Le Veta Pass Both ways 9400 feet, Poncha Pass heading south 9014 feet) I have personally driven those passes in the last year.

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