Our first bus will be for sale in a couple of weeks, as a school bus but if you purchase it, Texas Tiny Homes is available to design and custom build you a conversion. The advantage to us doing the conversion is; it would be insurable since we are a professional building company and a Texas corporation. Insurance companies are not big on insuring bus conversions and tiny house trailers done by non professionals.
The bus is a 2002 International Bluebird 3800 and has 61,XXX miles on it. It’s powered by the International Harvester T444E diesel engine. It has air-brakes, front and rear air-conditioning, electric entrance doors, cruise control, AM FM stereo and is 28′ feet long, 8’6″ wide, and will provide approximately 20′ X 8’6″ of build-able space. The bus has two brand new batteries and a brand new starter solenoid.
Follow Their travels along the Pan American Highway!
They started in Alaska and are heading south – as far as the road takes them. Through Alaska, Canada and the states, down into Mexico, Guatemala and Panama they want to travel mostly off the grid with their new tiny house on wheels.
In the lush, rolling countryside near the picturesque village of Hay-on-Wye, England, sits a bus parked in a large garden. Contrary to what you might believe, it’s anything but an eyesore, because this is no ordinary bus. This is the Majestic Bus, a bus that was converted into a beautiful cabin able to accommodate up to eight people (four inside and four camping outside).Set in the beautiful countryside, this converted bus is a perfect getaway for city dwellers, and its surrounding garden is an explosion of color. Visitors can relax on the patio outside the bus and take in the natural beauty. The gardens, which also grow vegetables, are managed by a local family, who sell what they grow at the Hay-on-Wye farmers market.
With its modular set-up, retro design, optional Bose sound system, 100-watt solar panels, and enough room to sleep five, the Happier Camper HC1 is going to make a lot of campers…delighted? Ecstatic? Overjoyed? (All of the above?)Made of fiberglass and weighing just 1,100 pounds, the HC1 can be towed by most vehicles. (Subaru drivers, rejoice!) We also love the customizable interior that allows users to change the 42-square-foot floor plan however they’d like. Need a kitchen? Just insert the table and sink components (everything snaps into the floor like a massive Lego set). Wanna host a dinner party? Remove the sink and snap in benches.
When picking up a vehicle that looks like it belongs in an ominous government convoy in a disaster movie, you’d assume that you’d have to sacrifice comfort and convenience in the name of sheer badassery. Turns out, you can really have it all. Action Mobil’s Global XRS 7200 might look like it could drive through a brick wall and survive the apocalypse, but once you open the doors, you’ll feel right at home.