Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

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Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby busdriver58 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:54 pm

Yep! it is a sad day for me but it is for sale.

Silver Eagle, Model 01, built 64, converted 1999. Detroit 8V71 with manual 4 spd
No power steering
Raised roof- 6 inches
Model 10 front and rear caps
New windshields
Sliding tinted windows with screens
Café bay doors w/ Hartwell Trigger Latches
Alcoa wheels w/80% rubber
Starjet Paint
New silver siding
New plumbing and needs a new water heater
Boat cable wiring w/designer rocker switches
Electric entry step
Ceramic tile and carpet flooring
Custom dash with new gauges and rear TV monitor
Custom leather wrapped steering wheel
Pleated privacy windshield shade
Front 25” old TV in 2/way mirrored cabinet
2- Cockpit dual speed fans
Cockpit overhead map light
Wineguard antenna w/2 way switch for cable
Custom fluorescent valance lighting throughout
Window boxes with pleated shades
Galley with 2 burner Kitchenaid stovetop
Norcold refrigerator/freezer Elec/Propane
Amana Goldstar microwave
Corian galley countertop with double ceramic sinks
Fluorescent light boxes above galley
China/bar cabinet with glass shelving and lighting
Raised panel oak pocket door in galley
Full size Neo Angle shower
Dometic Sealand China toilet
Vanity with Corian countertop and ceramic sink
Moen fixtures throughout coach
Fantastic ceiling fan w/thermostat and rain sensor
Solid wood oak cabinetry throughout
Corian countertops throughout
4 door wardrobe closet with drawers in hallway
Mirrored bedroom cabinets
Queen walk-around bed with storage below
Ceiling fan above bed/ 3 speeds
Rear 19” old TV in 2/way mirrored cabinet
2 Duo Therm Penquin 13,000 btu A/C’s with heat strips
2 Comfort Control Centers for A/C’s
Suburban furnace
8 kw Wrico diesel generator w/remote 2800W Inverter w/DC converter 30 amp service
8 house batteries needs to be replaced
100 gal fresh water tank, 80 gal gray water tank, 60 gal black water tank, 20 Gal. propane

The Coach is parked in El Paso TX and has 3 new engine batteries.

I know actually the market is bad but I'm forced to sell it.

Here are the other pictures:
http://s1121.photobucket.com/user/Eagle_busdriver/slideshow/Eagle%2001%201964

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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale, make offer

Postby Timkar » Sat Sep 07, 2013 5:36 pm

Hi Julio,
Sorry to hear you have to sell. I am not looking for one but know some people who may be interested. I will forward them the link,, but they will want to know how much $ you are asking.
Thanks...Tim
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale, make offer

Postby busdriver58 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:04 pm

Timkar wrote:Hi Julio,
Sorry to hear you have to sell. I am not looking for one but know some people who may be interested. I will forward them the link,, but they will want to know how much $ you are asking.
Thanks...Tim


Thanks Tim I, appreciate a lot this and I know that I will have better times in the future, also I heard that this year model is a good one for Canadians what are searching for an Eagle coach.

I'm asking US$29,000
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby akroyaleagle » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:15 pm

Julio,

Sorry to hear you have to sell.

I will say that anyone that thinks an Eagle is in their future that does't jump on this deal does not want an eagle!

Good Luck and don't quit the Board.
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby luvrbus » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:20 pm

Power steering yes or no, I posted it on the BCM for you Julio I don't know if it will do any good seems like most of the lookers there are looking for $5000.00 GMs except LongJohn
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Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby busdriver58 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:42 pm

luvrbus wrote:Power steering yes or no, I posted it on the BCM for you Julio I don't know if it will do any good seems like most of the lookers there are looking for $5000.00 GMs except LongJohn


Thanks a lot Clifford, I know that in the other board people looks only for cheap GM's for sale, I have nothing wrong with GM's, specially the 4104, but I like a lot more the Eagle style.

And not, it has no power steering but I enjoyed a lot driving it from Reno to El Paso.

Thanks for your help.
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby busdriver58 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:45 pm

akroyaleagle wrote:Julio,

Sorry to hear you have to sell.

I will say that anyone that thinks an Eagle is in their future that does't jump on this deal does not want an eagle!

Good Luck and don't quit the Board.



Thanks for your comments Joe, and don't worry, I will never quit the best bus board and some day I will buy another great bus like this one.
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby Dreamscape » Sun Sep 08, 2013 4:03 am

So sorry you have to sell it Julio! :cry:

I hope you will find a new owner who will enjoy it.
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby longjohn » Mon Sep 09, 2013 4:32 pm

Nice Coach
Love the paint job Julio, a little off topic as this is such a nice coach Did you ever check to see how much to add power steering? and this to Mr Clifford what automatics can be used with the 8/71 in this bus and may be a ball park figure . Julio i will pm you as soon as i gather some more info i truly would not know how to act without a clutch pedal but after thirty years of holding one down , when do get our coach i want to be on any road that does not have I in front of it(I95,I20,I5,and so on ) lol
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Re: Eagle 01 1964 for sale - $29,000

Postby busdriver58 » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:19 am

longjohn wrote:Nice Coach
Love the paint job Julio, ...


Hi John,

I never did that but I remember that Clifford said that a power steering from a used Mack Truck could be installed but never talked about prices. Talking about an auto transimission I think that an Allison HT 740 would be the right one but again, never did a check on prices of the whole change, I think that Paul (Dreamscape) could be more specific because he changed an engine and transmission by itself, wow!, I remember the pictures he posted and was a big task, also (obviously) Clifford could be more specific in what involves this upgrade.

Anyway, was wonderful driving a coach in this conditions in CA roads (395) and then to Las Vegas (I15) when we purchased this one from a good new friend (pianoman) and drive it for some days to a final destiny in El Paso. I remember some high grade sections and learning how to drive with the stick and no Jake brake and without a turboed engine, then on the I15 from Barstow to Las Vegas I think that was my driver final exam learning how to drive, first on the long section driving to a high area and after that the most hard part of the trip driving down to Vegas, wheew! that was very stressful! After some days in Vegas the day we departed I drove the coach over Las Vegas Strip at 8:00 AM with low traffic, wow! what a wonderful feelings, check the next picture:


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Thanks for your interest in the coach.
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