A converted Bluebird bus with off-grid systems and setup for full-time living. More info. here.
Are there books on how to do this?
I just purchased a 1950 Gillig conversion and hope to someday restore it to be as nice as those pictured above
I like the western frontier style of the decor as well as the lighting. It’s so homey.
I just got a 1969 Blue Bird that is a motor home in VERY GOOD mechanical condition. Interior? So dirty and bad it will be 100% gutted and I’ll start over. The only things I will save: 1″ think slate hearth, wood stove, stainless steel around same, stainless steel back splash in kitchen. Refridgerator .depends on how how well it power washes clean. Desire additional pictures and contact for ideas, do’s / don’ts / pitfalls etc. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call text at 626-280-2483. thx, Doug
I have a 1986 Bluebird All American. Rear engine, 3208 Cat Turbo, 40 foot. Under construction.
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