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Below are some picture of our project.  If you would like to see the entire project from beginning to end please start here:









































































































































9 comments:

Kimberly Padua-Badger said...

Love...love....love what you did. I'm just curious if you used RV appliances or just smaller residential types?
Geez I wish you guys lived closer as I am Forrest Gumping my way through a bus conversion over here in NJ. A "crazy" nurse with even crazier dreams of doing things I know nothing about. Your site is my conversion bible so to speak. Thank you a million times for taking the time to blog this.

Dan Pearo said...

interested in fridge you used? Did you go with an RV fridge or a residential unit?

Good News Bus said...

We used all upscale RV appliances.

Good News Bus said...

I am not sure of the model off hand but it is a Norcold 3-way RV Fridge.

Anonymous said...

Proud to say that your idea on the stairs has influenced the look on my build and I am stealing your idea for the stairs with the wood and diamond plated metal.

I'm on Skokie.net as Pshots, no bus yet but in the process of buying one

Djeff4827 said...

It would be great if you had a set of detailed blueprints of your conversion available.

Debra Hooks said...

Did your dad help you? I lived in Elberta, AL when your family came by bus. We went to church together. Debbie (Lewis) Hooks

Good News Bus said...

Hi Debbie...wow, it's been a long time. How are you? To answer your question, no my dad didn't help on this project. He had some other things going on. Julie and I did the entire thing.

Jeremiah Zarn said...

It is so cool to see your bus transformation start to finish. And I pray God continues to use you in a mighty way!