A Greyhound Bus Conversion That is One of a Kind

Over the years we have shared all kinds of different bus conversion projects. But this Greyhound remodeling project is one of a kind. Featured on several sites, including Tiny House Talk, you have to see this transformation.

A Desire to Downsize

Jessie Lipskin knew she wanted to downsize and simplify her life. While looking online, she came across this 1966 GMC Greyhound Commuter bus and purchased it for $7,000.

Although Jessie was a skilled DIYer, this project would need some more work than she could tackle on her own. So with a vision in mind of what she wanted, she enlisted the help of some professionals to help her dream tiny home come true.

Bus Conversion Exterior Before
Looks like a typical Greyhound.
Bus Conversion Interior Before
Those old seats sure weren’t built for comfort.
Bus Conversion Interior Gutten
The beginning of the rebuild.
Greyhound Interior During Remodel
It’s starting to come together!

Bright and Open Interior

The first thought upon entering this greyhound bus conversion is how much bigger it seems than 400 square feet. With two complete sleeping areas, a full bathroom, and a kitchen, this bus is full time living ready.

Some of the features of the remodel include:

  • Hardwood flooring throughout
  • LED lighting with dimmers
  • A full kitchen that included a washer/drying spinner
  • 2 separate sleeping options
  • A full bathroom with a slate bathroom floor for drainage
Greyhound Interior
Crisp and clean lines highlight this interior.
Greyhound Front Interior
This bus is fully driveable.
Greyhound Interior Into Bedroom
What a cozy bedroom space.
Greyhound Kitchen
Plenty of counter space.
Bus Conversion Bath
Tiny but fully functional.
Bus Conversion Bathroom Floor

On to the Next Adventure

After investing more than $100k and three years of work into the greyhound bus conversion, Jessie enjoyed living in the mobile home full time for 6 months, then decided to move on to another adventure, working and traveling abroad. So, she listed the tiny home for $149k and it was quickly bought and is now on to its next adventure, an Airbnb location in Joshua Tree, California.

Greyhound Exterior After
Bus Conversion Joshua Tree
The Greyhound looks right at home in its new surroundings.

Airstream remodels, bus conversions and of course single and double wide mobile home remodels are all reminders of the potential that can be found in Mobile Home Living. It’s all about seeing the possibilities that can be found in these homes.

Want to see more bus conversions? Check these 9 awesome vintage buses converted into beautiful mobile homes.

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