Tricked-Out SKOOLIE w/ Bar & Roof Deck – Self-Built

VIDEO DESCRIPTION:
Justin Collins built a tricked-out adventure home on wheels by converting a short bus into an amazing RV. Take a tour of the inside to see the full bar, sleeping for four, propane stove, and amazing passenger seat that offers a thrilling experience!

————– CREDITS —————
PRODUCER / HOST:
Jenna Kausal

VIDEOGRAPHER:
Matt Alexander
https://aerialexcellence.us/

EDITOR:
David Frick
https://www.davidcfrick.com/

ADDITIONAL MUSIC: https://www.epidemicsound.com/

OPENING MONTAGE DRONE SHOT: Jonathan Benabed

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS &VIDEO PROVIDED BY & WITH PERMISSION OF HOME OWNER

21 Comments

  1. Great bus, and I dont see many people on here from the pacific northwest. Im a Spokanite, from Spokane wa. Im going to be headed out soon for travels.
    Be safe, stay well and God bless

    • that ceiling is the most beautiful thing i have ever seen as a design element of ~any~ home, tiny or not. WOW, that just really trips my trigger! now i have to research how he did that- without killing himself 😯 ‼️

  2. thats a wicked build, but the side door was for a wheelchair lift (not emergency exit , that door is on the rear and those 2 roof vents) just a lil FYI …

  3. Sounds very open, for entertaining, plus wonderful on the bed size! Good heating, cooking, and comfortable furniture! Yay for mosquito netting. 🙂

  4. What is the law with all the open alcohol bottles so close to the driver? I hope the bus will not break down a lot. For $5000 I am guessing there are a lot of miles on the engine, breaks and transmission.

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