This is the Thunderbus Recording Studio — a “Solar & Wind Powered Recording Studio” built inside of a 1969 Oldtimer Nightliner bus!
Sure it’s not exactly a “tiny house,” but I loved the eco-friendly aspects — and it certainly looks like you could sleep in there. Plus, I love the idea of tiny businesses on wheels, and who doesn’t enjoy a good bus conversion?
See more about the studio on their Facebook page!
Thunderbus Recording Studio: Solar and Wind Powered 1969 Oldtimer Bus
Go solar power!
Love how relaxed this guy looks!
So many cool gadgets I don’t understand!
Have you ever been on air? Kind of scary!
Now that looks comfortable!
Loving the blue lights.
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