Audrey was a nurse and Brad had come to the States from Australia for school. When they met, pursuing their dream of traveling the country in a converted shortbus.
They just recently found a place they want to settle down, so the bus is for sale. It has a beautiful long countertop with a big sink and two-burner cooktop. There’s a lot of bench seating, a pull-out table, and a full-sized bed against the back of the bus. Let us know what you think!
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Their Army-Green Shortbus Conversion
They turned luggage racks into upper cabinets.
There’s a little toilet under the small bench area.
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This is really nice and well thought out ! Congratulations on the great job. I dont want to sound nitpicky but I noticed the larger 20 Pound propane tank under the stove. I do hope that is vented to the outside in case of leakage.
Where do I go to see how much it costs? I didn’t see anything on Instagram.
They haven’t posted that information yet and haven’t responded to any of the comments posted asking for a price for what looks to be a week so far…
Thanks James. I wonder if they’re still deciding whether to let it go or keep it for excursions? I’d keep it. One of my biggest regrets is letting my tiny bus, Baby Boy, go. Though it it went to good hands, I still miss it everyday.