This is the story of Matt and Christa’s and the skoolie that they built for less than $10,000! It’s REALLY REALLY nice too. I think you’ll be impressed.
Skoolies, if you’re curious, are a nickname for school bus conversions. This particular bus was owned by a skating rink before they bought it. And they got it for only $3,000 with only 30,000 miles on it! Not a bad start, right?
This is the story of Lexi and Tyler’s school bus conversion which has taken them all over the country! They first decided to do it because they were paying outrageous rent in southern California.
Have you ever imagined yourself in a school bus conversion sort of like this? Well, what’s stopping you from doing it? By the way, this story is brought to you thanks to Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey.
This is a low mileage 1992 Thomas Built Bus Conversion that’s FOR SALE. It’s Don Miller’s bus conversion.
It’s a wonderful motorhome that’s completely custom and remodeled. And it’s great for boondocking too because it’s set up to be completely off-grid functional. Pretty cool, right? There’s a fun story behind it too, so I hope you’ll enjoy it below. Thanks.
This is the story of Parker’s short school bus conversion with a Murphy bed. It’s a very well thought out custom motor home called Bird the Bus!
I commonly talk to people who build Sprinter Camper Van conversions that have $50k-$80k invested in their rigs. I always try to convince people to consider the mini school bus conversion over a van. This video is a good example of why I think this. Enjoy!
The Doghouse is custom converted school bus built for Firefighter, Entrepreneur, & Dog Lover, Christian! He has some incredible plans for the Doghouse including, travel/living, mobile dog rescue, and possibly even wine tours while living the skoolie life!
This is Hank’s famous skoolie! It’s a widely-shared bus conversion that he built back in 2013. Because he no longer really uses it, he can’t justify continuing to hold on to it. So he’s making it available at a seemingly very reasonable price, but it does need some repairs. According to the listing on Tiny Home Builders Marketplace, it’s a 225-square-foot rolling home.
The bus is a 1998 Bluebird and it has a CAT 3116 with 225k miles and an automatic transmission. All brake components need replacing (rotors/calipers/lines) and the tires should be replaced before any long distance driving because they’re dry. Asking price is $12,000 in “as is” condition.
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