There’s something special about an Eagle bus conversion. Have you noticed that most Eagle conversions have names? That’s because there is a little bit of the owner/converter in each one that makes it unique.

This bus, Dragonfly, is well known in bus circles. Bob and Karen Ward were the first bus owners I knew.

Bob is a great storyteller and we have heard their stories of the conversion and the cross-country trips they had made, as well as the new friends they had made along the way. They have enjoyed and shared hospitality in Dragonfly for lots of years, but for all of us, there comes a time when the maintenance and driving is too much and it’s time to pass it on so another owner can love it and make it their own. It’s that time for Wards.

As a result, Dragonfly is for sale! She is unique and beautiful. Bob and Karen have asked us to offer it for sale on their behalf. A listing of what is offered follows, as well as pictures.

1988 Silver Eagle Model 15

  • Converted in about 2000
  • Roof raised 10″
  • Stripped to the frame and all tubing below the floor replaced
  • All new aluminum siding
  • Driver area raised to main floor level
  • Mid-entry door w/sandblasted eagle on a factory window as inside railing
  • Small open “attic” for ducting and wiring
  • Basement air and heat by RV Products (old Coleman Company)
  • School bus heater under the dash
  • Aluminum wheels, 11R24.5 tires
  • 6V92 and Allison 740 This is the third engine in the bus, est. at 300,000 miles
  • Bigfoot levelers
  • 20 gallon house electric water heater
  • Cafe’ bay doors
  • Electric wipers
  • Wrico 10K diesel generator
  • Stainless steel tanks, 75 gallon fresh water, 100 gallon black water tank
  • 2 30# propane bottles for stove and dryer


  • All around custom solid maple cabinets and woodwork
  • Sliding dual pane tinted windows with screens
  • Roman shades with valances
  • Couch and swiveling captain’s chair/copilot chair
  • Living room flat screen TV
  • 12V halogen lighting throughout
  • Motorized inside screens on windshield
  • Galley has:
  • 16 cu. ft. Frigidaire house refrigerator
  • Kitchenaid 1100 watt microwave/convection oven
  • Stainless steel corner sink
  • Side bathroom with china toilet
  • Full size house shower Neo Angle shower away from bathroom
  • Stacked Maytag washer/gas dryer
  • PEX plumbing
  • Rear closet
  • House fixtures throughout coach
  • Fantastic Fan, new switch in bus ready for installation
  • Queen Murphy bed to give more floor space when up
  • Spray foam insulation
  • Trace 1224 modified sine wave inverter
  • The bus


This bus comes with a Tracker 4×4, painted to match which has been the tow’d, at a low $35,000. It is in Wichita, KS, but please contact LeRoy Willis (316-708-1973) or Anne Willis (316-708-1987) for more information. We are currently in Yuma, AZ but will be handling this transaction and can arrange for serious buyers to see it.


About 2010liberty

Retirement agrees with us! After traveling in our 40' Silver Eagle bus conversion, whose name was Liberty, since 2010, it was time for a change. Now we spend the winter in Yuma, AZ and travel during the spring, summer and fall setting the Pace!
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4 Responses to Dragonfly

  1. PAUL says:

    Would like to see more and better pics of outside and price ????

  2. Ray Clough says:

    I would also like to see some additional pictures inside and out, and I’ll try to call one of you two and get some additional information, thank you, Ray.

  3. Terry Andrews says:

    Very nice should have no trouble selling

  4. Sunny Jones says:

    Interested! Location? Would love a few more pics please? Have maintenance records? Tyvm!

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