Converting a double-decker bus to an RV is not an easy task. But Youtube user Ron Onrust makes it look like a piece of cake in this 20-step video. He bought a Neoplan Skyliner coach in 2011 and spent over four years building his dream home-on-wheels.
Here was the glorious end result.
The Netherlands-based owner found this 90-seat bus online in 2011. After a test drive and getting it checked by an expert, he bought the coach for 15,000 euros (about $20K in USD).
He completely stripped the inside and re-designed the floorplans using computer programs.
Inside, he added a bedroom, bathroom, and upstairs bunk beds for the kids.
Downstairs, he built a kitchen and comfy seating area with a TV.
Big things were installed first: power for his tools, and a 600-liter water tank. He added 10 walls total, 2 of which he made from cherry wood tables.
The bedroom has a stylish design and is adorned with a famous 1642 Rembrandt painting , The Night Watch, above the mattress.
Almost everything was built DIY. The carpet and kitchen were the only things to be outsourced, to save on time and for a more professional quality. But enough with the details, check out all 20 steps of the amazing conversion in this video.
Would you drive this converted double-decker bus? For more info, check out his website at Big Buszz.