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.
Two parents and seven kids fit comfortably in this renovated and redesigned AmTran International School Bus.