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From a bus into a RV

 
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I found this, but as it's just one huge image I don't know anything about who it is or where it's from.

Thought you'd like to see it anyway.

 
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Very cool.

I'd certainly have guessed higher than $6,000, even just for materials.
 
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It LOOKS expensive, but he chose to use a few good materials and do very minimal actual STUFF. There is no entertainment center or sound system, there is no bathroom or shower, there is a very simple kitchen area.

I have seen it somewhere else, but can't find it now. That article had more details on construction.

It is beautiful and has several good ideas for tiny or container houses.
 
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http://www.hankboughtabus.com/
 
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Thankyou Chad!
 
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What do you think of this bus?




This is my new bus.
I was going to buy then build a bus of my own but in the end it seemed a little cheaper and a LOT easier to buy one already done. I don't get the bathroom I wanted but I do get out of all the building nonsense.
 
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She is a beauty! Old school buses are CHEAP, but transit buses have a BASEMENT!

Either one is a really cheap and strong shell for a tiny house, cheaper than you can build yourself and cheaper than the tow vehicle you need.

I am going to do this next year I hope. I want to build it modular--sleep at least 12 for family vacations but fold/remove the bunks for a getaway cabin for two.
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