This is the story of Ethan and Cassidy and how they live in a retired fire bus that they converted and built into a tiny home themselves. They’re @twopupsandus on Instagram. And actually, their bus is currently for sale right now. More info below.
The conversion took them only 4 months and they’ve been living in it with their two dogs. What do you think of their bus conversion and lifestyle? Take a look for yourself and let’s talk about it in the comments below.
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Couple Turn Retired Fire Bus Into Their One-of-a-kind, DIY Tiny Home
They converted the bus in a matter of four months (and a lot of work). See below.
They built out a full kitchen…
The bedroom has built-in lighting in the ceiling.
The interior has a custom L-couch and a bar.
The bathroom is accessible via sliding barn door.
Their two pups. 🙂
Nice to have a dual-sport motorcycle to take with you on the road.
VIDEO – Tour of Couple’s DIY School Bus Conversion
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Looks like a non-insulated nightmare 🙁
They mentioned doing spray foam insulation during the video tour… But it is a vehicle…
I would say without xray vision it would be difficult to tell but they did say it was spray foamed. Having used spray before I assure you it is solid, holds heat and cool air quite well and dies not need to be 4 inches thick which would be illogical. A newer camper sometimes has the same thing and they are quite easy to heat and cool. Nightmare? For some perhaps. I would call it my small luxury.
$50k seems a bit steep for this conversion. Especially since they mention a couple of flaws and things they’d do different in their video!
Could be that the mileage is low – the type of engine etc, could play into price but its buying a house not just a vehicle.