From the outside, you’ll notice the traditional yellow paint has been covered with navy blue and the teen named it the “magic bus.”
When you go inside, you’ll find an open floor plan with a desk, bench seat, table area, refrigerator and a sofa bed. The home runs on solar power.
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Teen Converts Old School Bus into $5600 Off-Grid Motorhome
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