Start at the beginning, even once the beginning is in the middle of the conversion. As you may make a go at this project with just about any budget, it’s important to bear in mind that you not only need to buy your bus or van, but you also need to make sure you’ve got the funds to fix this up, clean it up, pretty it up, and make it road worthy. Those examples are by no means detrimental to my views on this topic I can see.
School buses are nostalgic for many people. They’re the wild and wonderful social scene that bookmarks the school day. They’re iconic in shape and color, and they have a certain smell that takes former schoolchildren back. But they eventually become too old or outdated to carry kids safely.
What happens to all those retired school buses? They’re the guest room out behind Grandpa’s house. They’re a more colorful element of the street food scene. They’re mobile houses for wanderers who don’t actually want to leave home.
We picked out a few good ones, but there are many more. Let us know in the comments what you’d do with a retired school bus if you had one.