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He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house!


This is the story of Nick Jordan’s bendy bus conversion. It’s an oversized bendy bus that he bought and turned into his custom tiny house/motorhome. You may remember the first time we featured his bus in early 2018, but he has since updated it.

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Nick Jordan’s Bendy Bus to Tiny House Conversion

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

He bought an oversized bendy bus and turned it into his tiny house images © Nick Jordan

Images © Nick Jordan/YouTube

VIDEO TOUR: Nick Jordan’s OVERSIZED Bendy Bus Turned Tiny House

January/2018 Video Tour of Nick’s Bendy Bus

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  • Avatar Eric
    May 6, 2019, 11:37 pm

    Have I thought of it? Never! Why? Firstly, if being used for moving around the country… jeepers, the cost! And, I don’t have a license to drive vehicles like this, and quite frankly I’d fail the test. Plus, there’d be many roads unavailable due to size or weight restrictions. Thereby whole swathes of the country out of contention.

    And wow, the bendy part, what a wonderful heat loss device. (sarcasm there)

  • Avatar sheila
    May 7, 2019, 12:10 am

    This is real cool! Love the design. Is huge, long.

  • Avatar Jenn
    May 7, 2019, 10:57 am

    This is great. I love what he has done with it. The kitchen and bathroom are beautiful with lots of room. Great job. 🙂

    • Avatar Alex
      May 7, 2019, 2:10 pm

      Thanks, Jenn, glad you enjoyed it!

  • Avatar Peter Charneco
    May 7, 2019, 10:02 pm

    Even though I have a CDL drivers license that qualifies me to operate vehicles like this, it is my understanding that if the vehicle is privately owned and has been properly converted and retitled as a motor home no special license is required.

    • Avatar Alex
      May 8, 2019, 11:53 am

      Interesting, thanks!

  • Avatar Henry Wolanski
    May 8, 2019, 10:40 am

    His point on travel is a real concern IF the owner intends to tour with it. My experience with driving an extended cab truck and towing a 18ft trailer has has me rethinking, routes, inclines and parking. A 180 degree turn on a curved country road in the Texas Hill Country could be a real sticking memory with a vehicle this size. Flat out Australia or West Texas plains no so much a issue, stops between towns and MPG (GPM) another story.

    • Avatar Eric
      May 8, 2019, 6:33 pm

      Ha ha… yeah I’m with you on the GPM bit. Be as thirsty as a sailor on shore leave.

    • Avatar James D.
      May 8, 2019, 6:54 pm

      He’s in Austalia…So other countries MMV on being able to get around…

      Though, mind, not all trucks have the same turning radius, only a few can make really sharp turns, and some of the more advanced articulate buses will have rear turning axles. So there are options that will be better at making turns but you have to be wary of the ones that can’t…

      Trade offs to everything, though…

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