|MCI||2002||Transit Bus||9025-328||709,697||Used||Click to View Auction|
You are bidding on a 2002 MCI Transit Bus, 12.7L L6 Detroit Diesel Series 60. This vehicle does not have a restroom. This vehicle is in overall good condition. There may be defects or parts missing that are unknown at the time of this listing. No guarantees of roadworthiness are given or implied. This vehicle is being sold as-is, where it is. The winning bidder is responsible for removing this vehicle within ten (10) days of purchase. Please read and understand all GovDeals rules for bidding, payment, and vehicle removal before placing a bid. Thank you for looking, good luck, and happy bidding!
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1997 International 3800 BUS, 7.3L V8 OHV 16V DIESEL/CNG. This bus has a 444E diesel engine with an AT 545 transmission. This bus does not run, we suspect it might have an ECM issue. Bus will need to be towed. Current location is 2915 Atlanta Highway, Gainesville, Ga. Bus is sold as is. Buyer is responsible for removal.
Used 2011 International Transit Handicap School Bus, 7.6L International MaxxForce DT inline 6 cylinder diesel engine, Allison 2500 automatic transmission, air brakes, ABS, Braun wheelchair lift, flat floor, track seating, A/C, air ride driver seat, stainless steel stepwell, factory undercoat. ENGINE HAS LOW COMPRESSION AND WILL NOT START. Tires have about 80% tread depth remaining. Some seats or cushions missing. Panel above driver where radio had mounted is missing. Air inlet fitting on engine is missing. Seller makes a good faith effort to disclose known issues, however bus is sold AS IS with NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. Bus was removed from service in March 2020 and had been maintained regularly up to that point. Buyer is responsible for removal of vehicle from FCBDD lot.
Engine – Cummins 8.9L ISL Transmission – VOITH D864.3 Drive Train –MAN Transmission - Automatic Last serviced – 09/30/2021 (MOT Inspection) Date pulled off the road – April 2022 Bus Runs - yes Major Repairs – Feb 6, 2018: Engine & Transmission Replaced Must be towed off property The asset is being sold as is and as described. You are invited to place a bid with the information provided, if the information provided does not meet your satisfaction, we suggest you do not bid. The asset is being sold as listed. You are invited to place a bid with the information provided, if the information provided does not meet your satisfaction, we suggest you do not bid. If you are an out of Country bidder - be sure you can import this vehicle with only a Bill of Sale and an ownership. If there is no picture of the U.S. emissions sticker, it could not be found. Please contact your Provincial/State motor vehicle department prior to bidding and understand what is expected of the winning bidder to register the vehicle. The following is required prior to removal of the buses from Regional property: 1. A Certificate of Insurance providing a minimum of five million dollars ($5,000,000.00) Commercial General Liability, and two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) Automobile Liability. The Commercial General Liability policy shall include the Region of Durham as an additional insured in respect of all operations performed by or on behalf of the Company in relation to the Contract requirements. A copy of the Region’s form to be completed by your agent or broker or insurer will be provided. 2. A Certificate of Clearance from the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) including your WSIB account number. 3. Signed copy of Health and Safety Practice Form (to be provided). The motor vehicle sold under this contract is being sold ‘as is’ and is not represented as being in road worthy condition, mechanically sound or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicle may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the buyer’s expense. It may not be possible to register the vehicle to be driven in its current condition. The winning bidder will be required to transfer ownership before the vehicle can be removed from property.