This was featured in the 1979 book called Rolling Homes: Handmade Houses on Wheels.
Enjoy one more shot of it below. I like how they seem to use the upstairs deck as a balcony to hang out in, enjoy the view from, or just read in.
Not to mention how it’s truly half cabin, half bus. Pretty awesome if you ask me. The question is, what do you like best about it? And unfortunately, no, we can’t go inside today. Get the book that this bus was featured in here.
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I don’t think so………..I am 65 and have …’done that’. Clean and bacteria free is a MUCH better way to live….And shall we discuss bedbugs.