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Man Turns Commercial Airplane into his Mortgage-free Home!

This is the story of a man who recycled a Boeing 727 commercial airplane into his very own mortgage-free home.

It may not be tiny, but it’s 100% recycled, making it a very green home! Have you ever considered the option of living in a recycled airliner? Probably not, but here is someone who not only thought it, but did it!


Man’s Mortgage-free Boeing 727 Aircraft Home!

Mans Mortgage-free Recycled Boeing 747 Aircraft Home via Dylan Magaster 002

Video: Airplane Converted into Functional Home


  • Around 3 airplanes like this are ‘retired’ every day and likely demolished/destroyed
  • It’s a Boeing 727 jetliner
  • The plane was carefully moved onto the site by a house mover and trucking company

Full story and interview here.


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  2. Dylan Magaster YouTube Channel
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  • Avatar Monya
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  • Avatar CHAPUT

    What a dump!

  • Avatar Alison

    This video is great. The guy may be a bit eccentric, but in a good way. Sure, his living space is cluttered and won’t win any House Beautiful awards. But he’s got some good ideas. I’m glad I watched.

  • Avatar David Pedersen

    Sorry to say, that is not a home. It is a fuselage filled with a lot of stuff. Looks more like a parttime hoarder living there.

  • Avatar Vanessa

    I am sure he could have done a better job with storage options, a bit too cluttery for my taste. Dont really like the flooring either, would have liked to see a more home like appearance in the floor choice, (must not have kids) and among other things. He shared no bathroom pics, would really like to see how he did the bathroom setup in the space. Also would like to know how many bedrooms he was able to add? How much do these airplanes costs and what was the shipping charge? Interesting idea, gives people one way to have a private plane, lol!

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