From Yellow School Bus to Cozy Tiny Home – A Fascinating Transformation!

In this YouTube video titled “From Yellow School Bus to Cozy Tiny Home – A Fascinating Transformation!”, the host showcases the incredible journey of converting a yellow school bus into a comfortable and charming tiny home. Through the video, viewers get a glimpse of the entire transformation process, from gutting the bus to creating functional living spaces. The final result is a stunning and cozy home on wheels, proving that unconventional spaces can be transformed into beautiful and functional living quarters.

From Rust to Wanderlust: Memorable Moments of our Skoolie Conversion!

In this YouTube video, the creators share their journey of converting a school bus into their dream tiny home on wheels. They document the process of removing seats, removing the floor, dealing with rust, removing insulation and panels, resealing windows, and more. Throughout the video, they provide helpful tips and tricks for others considering a similar project. The creators express excitement about reaching milestones like painting the floors and installing fans and skylights. They also ask for input on choosing paint colors for the floors. Overall, the video provides an in-depth look into the skoolie conversion process and the memorable moments the creators have experienced along the way.

Earthroamer 4×4 Camper Vehicle

I’m on the search for an expedition vehicle that can do mild 4×4 trails, or travel on snowy roads, sandy beaches, without concern for getting stuck. It needs to be reliable, as we plan on doing long-haul trips North to Alaska, and South to Utah and Nevada. Plus, it needs to be be big, as […]

Tesla Model S bug out vehicle?

In honor of Veterans Day, Tesla released a camouflage Model S sedan. The vehicle was customized by SS Customs, and outfitted with some goodies that would help in a SHTF situation. Granted, this isn’t really a bug out vehicle, but I love the camo wrap with the (I think) fake rivets along the panel edges. […]

Creek’s Project BOV Truck

Over at Hillow Haven Outdoor, Creek has had several Bug Out Vehicles over the years. In mid 2013, he decided to start a new bug-out vehicle. Funny enough, he used this build as a secret information gathering project for his book: Build the Perfect Bug Out Vehicle There were 3 things he wanted for his […]

Jsmarine’s 2000 4runner build thread

Owner: “jsmarine” Location: Dallas, TX Year: 2000 Make: Toyota Model: 4Runner SR5 Sport Engine: 3.4L V6 Trans: Auto T-Case: Stock Front axle: Open Rear axle: Open Suspension: Front- Toytec 650 lbs Adjustable Coil-Overs Rear- Old Man Emu 891 coil springs 1″ Toytec Diff Drop Wheels: Tires- (5) 285/75/16 Load Range E, BFG All Terrains Rims- […]

CYi5’s 1999 4runner Build up

1999 Toyota 4runner Limited 3.4L V6 + E-Locker -> 4.30’s stock   Modifications Suspension: Donahoe Racing Extended Coilovers – 2.25″ Camburg Engineering Upper Control Arms Icon Rear Piggy Back Reservoir Shocks Old Man Emu 891 Springs Timbren Front Bumpstops Daystar KU09014BK Rear Bumpstops Sonoran Steel Adjustable Panhard Wheels & Tires: 285/75/16 Yokohama A/T-S 16×8 4.5″ […]

RBS’s Radiant Red Tacoma Build

Red 2004 Tacoma XtraCab V6 4wd with both the TRD and SR5 packages – it was a very rare truck, and the owner drove from Oklahoma to Southern California just to pick it up! It started out all stock, and now what you see is the result of years of work and dedication, a labor […]

Stealth Camper Project

The search started long ago, for a vehicle that fit all of his needs perfectly, and after 2 years of searching, a vehicle was decided on. The project vehicle would be an IVECO 50C13. It’s a European van with a 2.8 liter turbo diesel engine. A 2002 model year was purchased, which has a front […]

Vanaconda from Ujoint Offroad

Vanaconda was U-Joint OffRoads showcase vehicle for SEMA 2006, but it was one of the largest, baddest builds of a full-size van so it deserves a spot in the Build Thread Archive! Based off of a 2006 E350 with a 6.0 liter engine, UJoint installed their offroad 4×4 conversion kit, dual show hoops, rear airbag […]

Flyingwil’s Taco

Starting in 2006, Flyingwil started building up a 2001 Toyota Tacmoa Double Cab 4×4 TRD. Modifications include: 3″ Rev Tek Lift* Removed and Replaced Deaver 10 Pack Leaf Springs AllPro greasable shackles (1.5″ longer than stock) Sway-A-Way 2.5 Coilovers Demello Rock Sliders Optima Red Top replaced with Dual ODYSSEY┬« 1200 MJT’s and a sure power […]