Custom cherry cabinets and oak floors highlight this quality 1990 Thomas bus conversion build.
This monstrous rolling hotel could be the world’s largest motorhome. It sleeps up to 36!
This old retired bus in California was converted into an amazing home-on-wheels. Here’s a closer look at the whole process.
Full-sized appliances make living in this bus conversion just as easy as in an apartment.
From circa the early ’70s, this spruced-up VW Westfalia van serves as a mobile shop in and around Portland, Oregon.
From the 1960s, this double decker bus has been chopped up and renovated for a second life as a unique motorhome.
Rough-hewn interior paneling and a well thought out floor plan create an inviting living space for this Canadian man.
This nomadic traveler made a walkthrough of his converted short school bus.
With supportive parents, she renovated a school bus and set off alone from Canada, bound for the United States.
They got tired of chasing the American Dream, deciding to change things up a bit by renovating a mini school bus into a mobile home.