A 1996 Bluebird school bus converted into a full-time resident in Charlemont, Massachusetts. More info. here.
The passion selling this bus is named Wendell. He stole my deposit after the bus failed mechanical inspection. It is in your best interest to stay away from this bus. Many issues mechanically. Has not been maintained our driven on a regular basis.
The placement of the wood stove worries me because of it’s proximity to the couch and the kitchen stove (could easily char or burn the couch and blister the finish on the side of the kitchen stove). I would extend the metal heat barrier to wrap around the wood stove’s enclosure & put some sort of non-combustible insulating materials behind it but other than that, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this bus conversion! GREAT job!
News flash: Inanimate items cannot be converted into a ‘resident’. Surely you meant ‘residence’. Proofread your work!
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How much did it cost for just the bus? I’m thinking about doing this idea! BD
This was a really nice conversion in every way. They maintained a sense of roominess and didn’t over decorate. What they did was smart and functional. I really like it a lot.
where did you get the pump for the 5 gallon water jig
I think this is fantastic! What an innovative way to create a home on wheels. It could be a full-time residence or a mobile home when you travel. Either way, it is beautifully done.
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