September 13, 2023

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus for sale

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus For Sale

Used Prevost bus offered for sale on Craigslist in Waitsburg, Washington. Roadworthy long-range intercity bus with 616K miles on it, 45 feet long look has a lot of potential to transform into a motorhome. The interior is complete, and remains in original condition, with all passenger seats still there.

1999 Prevost H3-45 could be the perfect base for full-size class A motorhome conversion. It would be a wide project if you want to use slide-out space. Need a professional to build for this one, a plumber, electrician, or carpenter, or just give it up completely to an RV builder expert is a very good way. Accurate calculation is a must, to avoid messing up your budget.

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus interior

Prevost H3-45 is an intercity coach designed for long distances with high comfort, much better than city or school bus models. Ground clearance is suitable for average cross-country terrain, and with no adjustments or modifications needed, the suspension provides perfect comfort, as well as exceptional engine durability designed for millions of miles to come.

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus Rear End

Unfortunately, a photo of the engine bay is unprovided but it doesn't matter if you come to look closely or ask for to saler directly. It has a 400 HP Series 60 Detroit engine backed by an automatic transmission and is still in top form, no words about mechanical or leak issues. The Series 60 is the most durable and reliable diesel engine ever made by Detroit, without DEF and EPA systems so is problem-free.

1999 Prevost Coach H3-45 Bus Trunk

Unmajor issues, only cosmetic issues and rust spots in the engine area and some metal frame members, easy to fix, and the rest we leave to you, a closer inspection is a must.

Detail by seller

It's a Prevost and that means a quality coach, built to last. Most of the frame and body is either stainless steel, aluminum, fiberglass or composites of different types.
No CDL required to drive this coach since I converted the title to RV type. Anyone with a regular driver's license can drive it. Turns very sharp considering it's size. This model is one of the most desired coach platforms for RV conversions!
The 400 HP Series 60 Detroit engine starts up great and runs excellent! The series 60 Detroit engine is one of the best heavy equipment engines ever produced, and is well known for its durability and reliability. It is used in many tractor (semi) trucks, coaches, buses, yachts and off road equipment. Pre-emissions means no DEF fluids, no EPA emission systems on the bus that typically are a source of problems.

1999 model. Only 616444 miles. These engines are known as million mile engines.
Have Blackstone Labs oil analysis tests from the engine and transmission - analysis of the same fluids that were in it when I bought it. Same fluids are in it still, by the way.
BRAND NEW Toyo steer tires. These top of the line tires are almost $1000 each. Lots of tread left on all the tires.
Brakes have plenty of life left.
Has Two stage engine retarder to conserve brakes.
Dual 200Amp alternators!
45' length model.
High Bay (extra tall) compartments underneath the bus.
20,000 lb. rated tow capacity if hitch installed.
56 seat capacity.
Coach body has expected normal wear and tear for its year model.
Seats and interior are in decent condition for the year model and miles.
Alcoa Aluminum wheels all around.
Clean, sleek and frameless window design on the exterior. Easier to clean and better mpg.
Built-in inverter supplies 120v. power to every seat row on each side of the bus. There are AC outlets down both sides of the bus with a receptacle for each seat row on both sides.
Restroom in the back is similar to commercial airliner restroom.
Brand new Interstate batteries (4).

Already titled as an RV for those wanting to do an RV conversion (can easily be changed back to a bus if desired.)
Clean title, no liens or rebuild or anything.

Issues; there are cosmetic issues here and there. Rust in engine area and some metal frame members. Brake pedal pivot is a little stiff, but functions fine.

I drove it from Seattle to Walla Walla without any issues. Coach was a repo from a small tour bus company and was in service when repossessed - covid19 adversely affected the tour bus company.
Selling because I bought a smaller RV instead of converting this one.

Will consider trades/partial trade for equipment such as skid steer excavator dump truck work truck land property tractor semi tractor