The highest-paying jobs are typically in the city, but so is the highest rent. For these four friends who wanted to enjoy life in San Francisco, that meant getting creative with their house arrangement! They started by renovating a stealth shuttle bus, which they later upgraded, and then they added a box truck to the mix.
These homes-in-disguise allowed them to park around the city for nearly three years! Unfortunately COVID made it tricky to keep living in their bathroom-less houses, so they’ve been temporarily renting the vehicles out to adventurers while “house-living.” But hey, it’s a great way to make a little side cash!
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Here are the vehicles, side by side.
This is their original build-out of the bus.
And this is what it looks like now!
Total cost (including an $8K engine repair) was about $21K
Inside of the box truck, their second build.
The deck folds out to create a fun indoor-outdoor space.
The exterior of both vehicles are super stealth.
What a fun way to live in the city!
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