Spectacular Tour Of Tiny House School Bus RV Conversion Camper

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  • Published on:  Monday, June 19, 2017
  • A Tour of Michael Fuehrer's converted Tony House school bus. @navigationnowhere

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    Inside the bus
    Since its purchase in May of 2016, the bus has been Fuehrer’s life. For six months, he would wake up, go to work, get out of work, and then work on the bus until late into the evening.

    Despite moments of doubt in the winter and even some “fun breakdowns,” Fuehrer said those get overshadowed by the friendships and community relationship that the bus has fostered.

    Through the help of his parents — especially his super handy dad Chris Fuehrer — and lots of friends, the bus is nearly complete. Where there were once rows and rows of seats, a regular old school bus from Pennsylvania now contains all of the things an apartment would have plus a driver’s seat.

    Inside, there are three couches that fold out into beds, a table that pulls out from underneath one bed and pops up, and cabinet shelves that pull out and become coffee tables. The kitchen has a full-sized oven, a refrigerator, a sink, and two coffee table-sized cabinets which house the furnace for heat and a surround sound system.

    The bathroom has a completely tiled full shower and a composting toilet, with water tanks under the bus. Behind the emergency exit door is the “garage” with all the utilities: the hot water heater, the solar energy system, the electrical panel and batteries. Plus there is an 8x10 rooftop deck to hang out on and watch the stars. The bus runs completely on solar energy, with solar panels on the roof, and the stove and water heater run on propane. However, it can hook up to power like an RV if needed.

    Through the process of building the bus, Michael’s dad Chris pointed out that he and all his friends have learned so many skills they can take with them. Michael’s good friend Coriann Grunstra has been helping with the build and said she has learned how to weld, how to rivet, how to grind, how to use tar, how to use rust converter, and more.

    But last weekend, it was crunch time. The stakes are raised to completely finish the bus because they have a deadline.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/h9hOn5_AzyA


  • jgjal


     12 hours ago +1

    everything camera man: points out "is this some type of..." bus guy "no..."

  • VB Enterprise

    VB Enterprise

     2 days ago +1

    Love your wood accent on exterior, I've been wanting to do some wood on my rv, it's fiberglass, any tips far mounting and sealing ?

  • Debbie Parks

    Debbie Parks

     2 days ago +1

    Anybody see the guy in line get tired of waiting and go on in toward the end when they were on he deck you can see him thru the sky light.

  • Tman


     3 days ago

    Interviewer : ahh you do electronics and stuff?
    Guy: yeah I do I wire them and use Bluetooth for easy access...
    4 secs later while guy was explaining
    Interviewer: AHHH this is a nice cabinet. Lol

  • Laurie Hardiman

    Laurie Hardiman

     3 days ago +1


  • joseph robert johnson

    joseph robert johnson

     4 days ago +1

    Awesome work !

  • Beth ASMR

    Beth ASMR

     4 days ago

    Usually the camera man isn't like this....I have watched alot of his videos....idk why he was so....rude....in this video....

  • Kristyn Michael

    Kristyn Michael

     4 days ago +1

    Every time I see a skoolie conversion, it looks great on the inside but still looks ghetto on the outside.

  • JaKe SwOrD

    JaKe SwOrD

     5 days ago +1

    Best build ever!!!

  • crimescene25


     5 days ago +1


  • Alina plays gacha

    Alina plays gacha

     5 days ago +2

    2019 ANYONE!?

  • Rich Hustle

    Rich Hustle

     6 days ago

    cant even enjoy the video .. shut up and let them dude talk man lol thats why some people should just hold the camera and be quiet. you talking like its your bus, let the guy whos bus it is explain what things are in his own space. he doesnt need help obviously

  • jhumbled


     6 days ago +1

    That was the nicest kitchen in ANY rv I have ever seen. legitimate appliances. Loved it. the build was amazing. Hats off to you sir.

  • Murderous Kitten

    Murderous Kitten

     7 days ago

    this is great !
    an free advice to camera man - talk less , alow the man to speak more :D

  • Joe Perez

    Joe Perez

     7 days ago +1

    Awesom job I like to know if you have enough insulation and test it out in twenty below 15 to twenty below zero. I would not be comfortable or call it home until I know it could handle these Temperatures. I do love it. Look very classy and high quality work. Good luck I hope it works out for you.

  • Jose Victor Restrepo

    Jose Victor Restrepo

     7 days ago +1

    Nice $

  • Keith Howcroft

    Keith Howcroft

     7 days ago +4

    He did a hell of a job on that. Must be comfortable.

  • blinddogroofer


     7 days ago +1

    Nice job on the bus for sure.

  • Dgrownsimba Dgrownsimba

    Dgrownsimba Dgrownsimba

     7 days ago +1

    I could live in this

  • binalfew


     7 days ago

    Ask, then answer it yourself