Jiro is a 1989 Japanese ambulance truck that was brought to the United States. This is Jake’s second bus, and he named it Jiro because it means ‘second son’ in Japanese. This bus is really awesome because it features a fold-down stage for performances. And so you can actually rent out this bus and use it as a mobile showcase, store, or for performances! Anyway, it’s pretty awesome that it made it all the way to the U.S., isn’t it? Check it out right here thanks to our friends at Tiny Home Tours/YouTube!
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Jake’s Jiro 1989 Ambulance Bus Conversion with Fold Down Performance Stage
Video – Jake’s Jiro 1989 Japanese Ambulance Motorhome Conversion with Fold Down Stage
- Jake’s DIY 1989 Japanese Ambulance Camper Conversion with Fold Down Stage & Other Custom Modifications
- Tiny Home Tours YouTube Channel (more videos like this)
- Jake’s Instagram (@wherewe_roam)
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