Here's a listing that combines residential conversions—not the church kind, obviously—micro homes—not the beautiful kind, obviously—and, well, sleeping in a vehicle—and not the Detroit kind, obviously. Yep, it's a 1992 International 3700 school bus that's been retrofitted into a quite literal version of a mobile home. Listed for $12,500, the bus, which runs on diesel and waste vegetable oil, is currently parked in Peekskill, N.Y. and contains a bathroom, shower, kitchen, two sinks, a stove, "plenty of storage for water," and solar panels; it measures a Mayor Bloomberg-friendly 245 square feet and already has 30,500 miles on it. Get a glimpse of the interiors below.
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