This is a short school bus with a raised roof for sale. It’s listed over at the Conversion Trader for $31,000 out of Bend, Oregon which means one could go pick it up and be able to visit The Last Blockbuster while there.
Anyway, back to the school bus – it has a gas engine with 200,000 miles on it and you can learn more about it below. What do you think of this conversion?
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Raised Roof Short School Bus Conversion For Sale in Oregon
This cozy cottage is built right into a 2008 Chevy school bus.
Do you like the custom circle window?
There is a 12-inch roof raise on this bus. This makes a big difference when inside. 🙂
Large copper sink in the kitchen.
Easy access to and from the cockpit.
- 2008 Chevy School Bus
- Gasoline engine
- White exterior
- 12-inch roof raise
- 21-ft. long
- 7-ft. floor-to-ceiling
- 200,000+ miles
- 450w solar panels
- Memory foam queen bed
- Copper sink
- Butcher board countertop
- Custom roof rack with deck
- Custom rear circle window
- Custom neon ‘Sunny’ sign
- 10-15 MPG
- Bend, OR
- Jeremy & Norm: Photographer and His Dog and Their Buslife (w/ Raised-Roof Skoolie!)
- Raising the Roof in Their Skoolie: Financial Independence Journey
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I love buses! This bus is nicely designed and looks easy to inhabitat. The wood is very pretty and I like the way it is trimmed around the window shape. The pull out table is clever, too. Couple of quick questions; how do you ventilate the space? Do all the windows open, or is there a roof vent? Is there AC or fans? It’s a nice home and the perfect size for a bus home. Hope it sells for you soon.
Thought I would add one more comment about gas mileage while I was at it. I doubled the mileage on my short bus by using a gasoline detergent for deisel engines. This one is gasoline, so you would add a gasoline detergent to the tank when you fill it up with gas. I used the detergent every other tank which kept the engine clean and running well and doubled my mileage for the bus, but deisel buses do better on mileage as a rule anyway because deisel engines are made to run long distances. The same is true of my GMC truck, though. Using gasoline detergent in the tank doubled it’s mileage plus some, so I highly recommend this stuff. Some brands are better than others, so try a few different ones and see which give you the better results. My favorite so far is Lucas brand. However, I am learning that there is now Top Tier gas stations that sell gasolines that already have detergent additives in it that do the same thing (This has nothing to do with octane levels). Here is a link to a site that explains it better. Keeping the engine clean helps protect many other systems as well. This also means that driving a small bus can actually be easier than you thought on gas mileage. I’m just saying. . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm14Cw1pt24
Very interesting, thanks, Marsha!