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Used MCI Bus Seats
47 Seats from a
1990 Prevost Le Mirage
This one just sold Out !!!
Less than $7,000.
1980 MCI 9
1982 MCI 9
1983 MCI 9
For Sale by Owner,...
These seats are from a 1977 MCI 5C. They are in very good condition. Very little wear, a few of the seams are pulling from the vinyl being aged and dry. We only noticed one seat with a small break in the rear plastic. They recline and have foot rests on the rear. Also, they are equipped with handy dandy, old school ash trays in the arm rest! Because we all need those in our lives ;-). We believe they are all original material as well!
We have 16 sets available (two seats to a set).
$50 a set
We are located in Deltona Florida.
We cannot offer deliver so these seats are pick up or paid shipping that must be handled on the buyers end only! Sorry for the inconvenience.
1969 MCI 7 Challenger Executive Coach Conversion,
Converted When New...Low miles
Price Just Reduced
Factory Built for Bill Britt an AMWAY Legend.....
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$99,000 or Best Offer
Price just reduced to $79,999.
Insides already cleaned out ready for the
ie: command unit, private salon, Food truck,Private Offices etc.
Model SB30, Vin # 4CDT7CM11S2700922
30 Foot and was a Mobile Command Post for the Oklahoma City Police Department.
1994 Cummins 5.9
Allison 6 speed transmission.
13,675.00 Miles runs very well and sounds nice.
Kolhler 15 KW diesel generator with 1300 hours.
Last Service 2013 and only 725 miles put on since service.
The tables and radios and telephones and wiring for those have been removed from the bus.
The bus is located in Cumberland Furnace, TN approximately 45 miles north east of Nashville, Tn.
Ran out of time. My loss, your gain.
1995 MCI-12 coach. I purchased it from a transportation company in St. George, UT
with the expectation of slowly converting it to a full-time live-in motor coach.
It looks like I'm about 5 years early to start this project.
Iíve taken a couple road trips to shake it out: SLC to Richland, WA, then SLC
- Vegas - Phoenix.
It drives great, I really fell in love with it. My wife drives it too and she has more fun than I do with it.
It's a great bus. If youíre looking, you canít go wrong with this one.
Original purchase and use location: Michigan or Wisconsin. Spent a couple years in California, then a year in St. George.
I've done a bunch of maintenance/repair work to get it to the point that it's actually ready for conversion. Receipts if you'd like...
Here are a few images many more in my drop box,..
Many more in my drop box,..
Here are basic specs:
40 ft long, 8 ft wide, 11 ft high
6V92 Detroit engine, Allison 740 transmission
Dual tires on back with tag axle
All tires fair/good
2 sets of Original Seats (all others removed)
Built in Lavatory (no Sink)
Parcel/overhead racks still installed
Interior lights all working
2 extra wheels (great condition)
24v system (internals, start, generator)
12v option installed
I'll throw in the 5,000 Watt Inverter and the bench seat in back.
Overhead and indirect lights still work.
Oh, yes, the City Destination panel is still working. Every major city in the US is listed. Now, that is fun!
Major repair work done including:
Almost new engine (<1000 hours),
rebuilt A/C, Air Bags, New Leveling Valves & air lines, New Batteries,
New torsion bars, transmission seals, Universal & Seals, new lavatory Dump pipe, oil change, marker lights.
Work that I know needs to be done:
Heater control - Doesnít blow hot air - probably electrical since the coolant is circulating.
Some minor coolant line leaks
Minor electrical - cigarette lighter, shore power to 110vÖ
Airline leak in the windshield wipers
Windshield sprayer pressure (probably part of the air leak)
Adjustments to the air leveling system - it works, but needs tweaking
New muffler - thereís a hole in this one.
This was a cold-weather bus. It appears to have heating lines going into the fuel tank. I have driven it in temps below freezing, but I havenít tried starting it with the temps below 40F.
Just reduced to $12,750.
Call me and Iíll answer any other questions.
(Salt Lake City, UT)
For a full price offer, Iíll drive it out to you as part of the price, providing you are in the continental US.
I have an RV park In Arizona and the previous owner was a park tenant and mechanic.
He asked if we could swap his RV for rent and we were looking to add a few rental units so we made the deal with this Bus ..
Recently we decided not to go in that direction after all and I am interested in getting my investment, or most of it back..
I asked him to change all of the fluids in the spring of 2015 there.
This includes transmission flush and oil change, filters. You can see the filters are brand new and it was last cranked around March 2015 and moved to a different space in the RV park.
The tags may be changed to road tags at anytime
although I have never driven it .
I bought it with the intention of just renting it out where it sits but have since decided to sell the RV property where it is. It was driven into my park and moved around within a few times to different spaces. It cranked and drove fine each time
As for the inside of the motor home from talking with the previous owner while he rented from me I know he did all of the work himself, framing out three separate rooms through the bus, adding ceramic tile floor and carpet in different parts of the bus. It has light wood paneling throughout for walls and ceiling.
The entry doors have been replaced with a solid wood door with a deadbolt and regular door knob. In the entry area is a living room with two small couches and of course the factory drivers seat and steering wheel is intact.
Further into the cabin is a full kitchen with propane stove/oven, double basin sink, small clothes dryer and space for a full size or mini fridge. No Fridge at this time.
There are kitchen cabinets on both sides as well as cabinet below on one side.
In the next area is a full size bathroom with full size stand up shower, RV toilet and sink.
On the very back of the bus it has
been framed out into a bedroom and closet.
There is a queen size bed and a shelf for a TV , (No TV) There is also a small built in desk.
The water and propane all work
fine and were in use as of September 2015,
We threw a party at the RV Park and served food and beer from the bus and used the sinks, bathroom, etc. so all of that is working for sure.
Lighting throughout works, there are outlets that work fine. It is ready to hook up to an RV space including electric, sewer and water connections all in good working order and ready to connect. I had tenants living in it from April 2015 until September 2015 so it is livable as is.
The air condition unit on the roof works great as well.
The outside of the bus was tagged painted by a well known AZ artist who is a friend of ours, the outside of the bus was really an eyesore before- badly chipped red, white and blue.
Has a clean motor home title registered in the
state of Arizona
It was driven from Arkansas to Arizona on I-40 late 2014.
The original price was $10,000. Back to top
I will consider $7,000 or best
I am interested in selling it and have title in hand.
seats taken from a 1990 Prevost Le Mirage, all in decent/good condition and all
with footrests and two-position reclines.
Below are some pictures of the seats, as well as the overhead compartments/bins which have some electrical lighting and call buttons included.
$50.00 per pair plus pallet and shipping
Seats will ship from Kalispell Montana, zip code is 59901
They are from a 1988 MCI 102A3.
Remember, 102" wide bus, these seats are just a little wider then standard seats..
Mounted via Center and side rail tracks .
They are in very good condition with only a few minor rips and minor stains. Nothing gross or unseemly, and they are still very comfortable to sit in,
All are reclining and have foot rests though some of that doesn't function as
smoothly as should and some rests are missing. All-round, you can see they are
in nice shape.
Call owner direct..
In very good condition ..
Here is a picture of the bus seats, they are in excellent, excellent condition, when you sit down in them they feel like new seats.
They came out of an 1981 MCI 9 and they are two seats wide on each side of the isle.
All reasonable offers will be considered. Thank you so much Shelby G. Dixson
$100.00 each for the pair each,...There are 43 of them.
... My name is Shelby G. Dixson and my phone number is 409-550-4102,
my e-mail address is email@example.com,
For Sale by Owner,...
MCI9 Used Bus Seats, # 2
15 seats. They are out of a MCI bus. Very very great shape.
All the seats look the same.
My contact info is kristin Nagel
Phone: 951 760 5832.
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Sale by Owner,...
1) 1983 MCI 9
I want to thank you for your time and advise that you gave me over the phone.
I will send you pictures of the bus in several emails because their are quite a few to choose from.
I would like to get $16,500 out of the bus with a New generator included.
The bus is a 1983 MCI 9 with Detroit 8V71 Diesel engine, 318Hp,
Thank you for your help and if there is anything you need from me, please let me
My cell phone number is (740) 821-1419.
(This 8V92 engine has a Turbo which is an option on this model and will produce more power than the standard 8V92 .
This coach will normally do well with hiway speeds )
Sale by Owner,...
About a month ago Owner replaced all air bags in front of the bus with the Mohawk system. All seating removed
The engine is a 8V71 Detroit with an Allison automatic transmission.
About 100,000miles on Engine .
The bus runs and drives excellent and will make an excellent foundation for a conversion motor coach.
Our asking price is $11,000
For More information
Please contact owner direct
at 413-863-8700 m-f 9am-5pm
1979 MCI 9
01/27/2016 11:33 AM
1983 48 Foot Neoplan Megaliner Double Decker
This is the big monster used in Florida for sight seeing at the Kennedy Space Center
Cape Canaveral, Florida... this truly is a large Double Decker ..
Great for promotions ...
"I can see a Manhattan Advertising agency drooling now ..."
........... Not for the do it yourselfer
Doesn't smoke , Runs Good, Not rusted bad at all,
These images were taken on or Near 6-1-07
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For Sale by Owner,...
13K Or Best Offer
1975 Eagle model 10
With a little rust under it.
Detroit Diesel 8v71 engine
4 speed Allison transmission.
6500 Watt Gen new with only 50 hours.
All New tires .
Brakes are great.
Interior is great shape.
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