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1984 Eagle Model 10 - IRON HORSE

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1984 Eagle Model 10 - IRON HORSE cover
Bus Year
1984
Motor
Detroit Diesel 6V92T
Location
Gadsden, Alabama
Seller's Name
Jimmy Clay, Sr.
Seller Phone Number
(850) 377-5603
Email
thesummerchaser@hotmail.com
$59,000 OBO
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Specifications

SPECS:

  • Length: 40'
  • Width: 8'
  • Height: 13' (Raised Roof)
  • Outside Color: Anodized Aluminum bays/lower siding and red aircraft paint above.
  • Self Converted by: Jimmy & Sadie Clay
  • Interior Theme: 1890's Wild West Pullman Train Car

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Hydraulic leveling jacks
  • Genuine Antique Safe used for storage
  • Less than 3000 miles on the engine

POWERTRAIN:

  • Detroit Diesel 6V92T - Rebuilt in 2017 * Less than 3000 miles.
  • Transmission: Allison HT-740 Automatic
  • Power Steering
  • Toralastic Suspension
  • Brakes: Air and Jake
  • Wheels: Aluminum

BODY MODIFICATIONS:

  • Raised Roof: 12"
  • Updated Front Cap: Yes
  • Updated Rear Car: Yes
  • Slides: None
  • Windows: Steel Framed RV Slider

ELECTRICAL:

  • Power: 12VDC, 120VAC
  • House Batteries: 2-Group 31, +12V Gel Cell Batteries in Parallel
  • Converter/Charger: Yes
  • Inverter: None
  • Generator: Onan 10KW Quiet Diesel with roof exhaust
  • Shore Power: 50A

KITCHEN:

  • Stove: 2-Burner Propane Cooktop
  • Oven: Microwave / Convection
  • Sink: Double Basin
  • Magic Chef Black Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Keurig Coffee Machine
  • Extra 2-Burner Electric Cooktop
  • Extra Refrigerator / Freezer in outside bay

HVAC:

  • Heat: Propane RV Furnace
  • Heat/Cool: (2) Roof A/C & Heat Pump
  • Vents: (2) Kitchen & Bath

PLUMBING:

  • Pipe Material: CPVC
  • Tank Material: Plastic fresh, stainless waste tanks.
  • Water Heater: 12 Gallon Electric - New Element March 2024
  • Full Corner Shower with Curved Sliding Door

TANK CAPACITIES:

  • Fuel: 146 Gallons
  • Propane: (2) 20 Gallon Portable Tanks
  • Fresh Water: 65 Gallons
  • Waste Water (Black): 40 Gallons
  • Waste Water (Grey): 40 Gallons

DESCRIPTION:

When featured in Bus Conversion Magazine in April 2014, Bruce Fay wrote that "The attention to detail was amazing." This 1984 Eagle, converted in 2004 with a Wild West 1890's Train Car Theme is a one-of-a-kind luxury coach, which is a fully functional and efficient living space. Decorated in rich colors of Gold, Burgundy, Black and Red, you are transported from the moment you lay eyes on the Iron Horse. The parlor is complete with an antique fainting couch setee, a dining table with 2 chairs, a smart TV and Sony speakers. Custom leather driver's and passenger's seats, a Garmin, CB radio and an antique safe, make the Captain's Driving Quarters comfortable and efficient. This 40' converted Eagle comes completely furnished with everything you need to live aboard and is ready to roll. Two twin beds sit at the rear of the coach with a one-of-a-kind painted mural on the back wall, which is a show-stopping piece of art on its own. Details like gold roll-down shades and marble floors in the bathroom really set this luxury coach apart. This bus was built and maintained by a Professional Mechanic, and the Engine and Generator fired up on the first try. The A/C blows cold, and everything works. You will travel in style and arrive like a rock star. Owner's wife recently passed and he is not interested in keeping it any longer. Owner's daughter is living in the bus in Gadsden, Alabama and is helping owner with the sale of the Iron Horse. For questions, please contact Jimmy Clay, Sr. in Minor Hill, TN at (256) 431-0607 or Tina Morrison in Gadsden, AL at (850) 377-5603.

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