Yvan and Sylvie are on their third bus conversion and loving every minute of the freedom (and early semi-retirement) that bus life offered them. Their marriage was struggling with Yvan gone for work all the time and Sylvie at home running the family business. So Yvan convinced his company to let him travel in their bus conversion, and they sold the business.
This is actually their third bus conversion, and it’s absolutely brilliant! Every inch of space has been carefully designed to be as functional as possible — and they even have an 8×8 bathroom in the back of the bus. The kitchen is large so they can do all the cooking they love, and they have a passenger seat up front so they can talk while driving. Pretty great!
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Semi-Retired In Their Third Bus Conversion: A Luxury Coach Bus Turned DIY Motorhome
They have IKEA cabinets and peel-and-stick tile.
Everything is impeccably organized, practical and gorgeous.
VIDEO: Beautiful 45 ft. DIY Coach Bus Conversion
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On skoolie and other home-built forums, we suggest builders avoid believing ‘this rig is my forever rig’.
You grow and evolve, your vehicle needs change.
In today’s presentation, we see the progression of needs vs wants.
I can imagine them seeing each of their previous rigs as part of an extensive learning experience.
And I bet a nickel they have more to come…
Just great!! Like everything about it. — just perfect.