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Living in this bus for the last 2 years saved us $20,000 by not having to pay rent. Now we can afford a house!
26′ shuttle bus previously used at Sundance as a ski shuttle. My husband and I converted and lived in this bus full time for the last two years and now we are moving into a regular house. It has been a great vehicle and the living space has been proved and tested over the last two years.
A great recreation RV for trips or a van conversion to live in while you go through college to save on rent.
Engine: 6.8L 10Cyl
Official Tiny Home Tour: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqf2yBD_Ajc
Class B Motorhome
26ft Bus length, bumper to bumper
6 Ft interior height
6 – 250 Watt solar panels
3 – 140 Amp Hr sealed AGM Battery
3,000 Watt Inverter Pure Sine Wave
8,000 BTU Wifi window AC unit
Mr. Buddy heater hooked up to a thermostat
Carbon dioxide detector
Bus doors connected to key fob
Insulated window covers
Foam board insulation
Insulation R Values:
Side and back Walls: 7.4
Front wall (between main cab and living area): 5
Window Covers: 6
Fantastic Air ceiling fan
Shore power outlet
55 gallon fresh water tank
SeaFlow water pump
4 gallon Bosch electric water heater
16in Stainless steel sink + 6 gallon gray water tank
Magic Chef 3.5 cu ft Deep chested freezer connected to a greenhouse regulator which transforms the freezer to refrigerator temperatures.
4 Burner propane stove
Aluminum shower pan + 5 gallon gray water tank
Rainfall shower head
Self-made compost toilet with urine diverter + 5 gallon urine tank
Inlaid knife block
Full size mattress
Steel bed frame with Hydraulic arms for easy lift
Hitch mounted bike rack
Vehicle heat & radio work
Vehicle AC does not work
No Check engine light
Averages 7-12 mpg
Retired Sundance Ski Shuttle Bus. We bought it in February 2020, converted it, and lived in it while we finished college. We spent the next two years fine-tuning our design.
The chassis doors lock, but they cannot be unlocked from the outside with the key. We primarily use the bus key fob to open the bus doors. These lock securely.
You may want to consider upgrading the batteries on the electrical setup OR supplementing it with a generator during the summer months. We were in Utah the past two summers and once it reaches high 90°’s and 100°’s, our AC had a hard time keeping up with the heat once the sun set. It took a while for our space to cool off and could have been combated if our batteries held a larger charge (ie lithium batteries).
116,000 miles when purchased
120,000 miles now
New tires are probably needed soon
The only mechanical issues we’re aware of right now are 1). a slow oil leak and 2). when driving faster than 65mph we’ve noticed the coolant leaks.
Engine runs good, drives comfortably up to 65 mph.
Bus repairs since purchase:
Exhaust manifold leak fixed
Catalytic converter installed on driver’s side
Blinker relay box replacement
Front brake pads
Ignition coils and spark plugs replaced
Serpentine belt replaced
Rear brake line fixed
Power steering pressure hose replaced
4 oil changes
O2 sensors replaced
Vehicle heating system fixed
Stereo system fixed
Appa has been a wonderful home for us. He is an older vehicle though and needs someone to baby him. If you are willing to be consistent with his fluids and avoid taking him past 65mph, he will treat you well.