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This is Eden, a skoolie (school bus to motorhome conversion) tiny home that’s for sale out of Pennsylvania.

It’s a 2001 International Bluebird with a rebuilt dt466e Diesel motor. It has about 5,000 miles on it since it was rebuilt.

Brian, the owner, traveled across the US with it for six months and now is ready for another adventure so Eden is up for sale for $22,500 or best offer. Take a look below and let us know what you think in the comments and/or get in touch with Brian if you’re interested in buying it using the contact form below. Thanks!

Eden Skoolie School Bus Conversion For Sale for $22.5k

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Images © Brian Howell

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This is the story of Ellen DegenerBUS. It’s a school bus tiny house that a young woman named Randy built for herself to escape high rent and live a simpler life!

She was able to buy and convert the school bus for about $13,000! That sure beats renting an apartment, doesn’t it?

Have you ever considered a school bus conversion like this?

Woman Escapes High Rent with her $13k Skoolie Tiny House Project

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This is Johnny’s low cost skoolie school bus conversion tiny house!

Sometimes it is all about hitting the road regardless of everything else. This skoolie build is a perfect example of such a situation. No bells, no whistles. All you see in this build is what is needed to live full time on the road!

Could you see yourself hitting the road in a simple school bus conversion like this?

Young Man’s Low Cost School Bus Conversion ‘Skoolie’ Tiny Home!

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Tessa and Jacob from The Free to Wander Bus built this epic skoolie conversion for about $12,000 CAD ($9,244 USD), including the cost of the bus, new tires, and mechanical work to get it on the road.

The couple are firm believers in reducing their environmental footprint, which is why they decided to try living in a small space.

They have a cozy sitting area that doubles as a guest bed, a dining table with two stools, a spacious kitchen with a simple plumbing setup and lots of counter space, a wood stove for heat, and a double bed at the back, separated from the main living space by two large closets.

Couple’s Amazing Skoolie Bus Conversion on a Budget!

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Image © The Free to Wander Bus

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This is the Success Express School Bus Conversion by Charlie Kern of the Art Builders Guild and Look At That Bus.

It’s a beautiful Blue Bird conversion outfitted with solar panels and all! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Related: Man Converts School Bus into his Home Then Starts a Business Doing it for Others!

The Success Express School Bus Conversion!

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This is the story of Charlie Kern. He’s just a guy who had a problem. He needed a place to live!

So Charlie decided that he would convert a school bus into his own tiny home! Fast forward to today, and he’s turning school buses (and other things) into homes and/or other structures out of Denver, Colorado. Kern has even been featured on TV!

His company is called Art Builders Guild because they also build custom furniture for people and businesses. The bus conversion part of the company goes by Look At That Bus. Pretty cool, right? Learn more about Charlie’s work below. Thanks!

Charlie Kern’s Beautiful School Bus Conversion

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This is the story of a young lady who decided to turn a school bus into her own tiny home on wheels (with an engine). As you know, these sort of conversions are usually called skoolies.

Meet Heidi and her 80 sq. ft. little home on wheels named Valerie. This post is thanks to Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey. You can also follow Heidi and her skoolie adventures on her Instagram. She also runs a design company which you can check out here. Enjoy the tour and links below to learn more. Thanks!

Heidi’s 80 Sq. Ft. DIY Skoolie Named Valerie!

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