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This is one family’s school bus conversion.

They took an American school bus and turned it into a custom tiny home on wheels.

Now it can actually sleep up to six people comfortably! In fact, they’ve turned the bus into a tiny hostel on wheels where they can hosts guests as they travel!

Have you considered using a bus to build your own tiny (motor)home?

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Family’s DIY School Bus Conversion

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This is a school bus tiny house conversion in Florida.

It was converted in three weeks for less than $1,500 in materials.

On the outside, it’s painted in copper paint.

Inside, you’ll also notice copper paint accents to add to the theme.

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$1500 School Bus Tiny House Conversion

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This is the story of a couple’s tiny house bus conversion.

When their landlord hiked up their rent, they decided to look into alternative living solutions.

That’s when they started considering tiny houses, but ended up deciding on a converted school bus (which cost them less too).

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Couple’s Tiny House Bus Conversion

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This is the story of a man living in a converted school bus.

It’s a 2001 E350 Short School Bus that he converted himself.

Why did he do it? To quit his 9-5 job, adventure, and pursue his dreams of becoming a photographer.

His name is Adam Sauerwein. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Man Living in Converted School Bus

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This is a 1979 school bus conversion for sale near Portland, Oregon.

It’s 36′ long and features a 392 International V8 engine.

Appliances are run from propane and it features an 80 gallon propane tank.

If it were mine, I’d get busy adding a solar power system to it along with some holdings tanks. How about you?

The asking price is only $9,995. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Teen Converts School Bus into $5600 Off-Grid Motorhome

1979 School Bus Conversion For Sale

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This teen converts this old school bus into a $5,600 off-grid motorhome.

From the outside, you’ll notice the traditional yellow paint has been covered with navy blue and the teen named it the “magic bus.”

When you go inside, you’ll find an open floor plan with a desk, bench seat, table area, refrigerator and a sofa bed. The home runs on solar power.

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Teen Converts Old School Bus into $5600 Off-Grid Motorhome

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This is Chelle’s school bus conversion!

From the outside this looks like a standard yellow school bus you once spent hours on in elementary school, but take a step inside and you’ll forget all about the back-of-the-bus bullies!

Chelle described herself as a 55-year-old homemaker who was searching for a way to build an off-grid tiny house when this bus fell in her lap. She transformed it into a home with dark wood floors, fun dressers, a mini fridge, toaster oven, coffee maker, and an electric wood burning stove. Her bed sits in the back and she has curtains to section off her living areas and cover the bus’s many windows. It’s actually illegal to have a yellow bus in some states, so Chelle said she will repaint it soon so she can continue traveling!

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Chelle’s Rustic School Bus Conversion

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