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Bedford bus motorhome tiny house airbnb
Originally built by Comair (commonwealth aircraft) and used by Warragul and Matyrs' bus lines then converted to a bus motorhome.
We built her to a 60's styled concept using vintage or vintage styled materials Inc the speckled linoleum, Florence Broadhurst upholstery material, wall paper, stove and kitchen hutch.
1 queen bed and 2 bunks, kitchen and living room.
Powred by a 330ci 6 cylinder Bedford diesel engine with 5 speed gearbox. Not a rocket but she will sit on 80km/ and doesn't use a lot of fuel.
600w of solar panels on the roof and 440ah of deep cycle battery. Has a 3000w 12-240v invertor and 240v mains connectivity.
200l drinking water, 200l fresh water and 200l grey water catch tank. There's also connections to draw water straight up from a creek or aux tank.
Instant gas hot water.
Carrier roof mounted air conditioner
Special Thermo-shield reflective roof paint
12v led internal lighting
Lovely vintage Chef stove. 3 way fridge.
Heeeeeaps of storage areas including overhead lockers, under the banquette and various sized cupboards. Large boot space under the bed.
Where's the bathroom you're asking? Well, my wife and I lived on Wanda with our 2 and 4 year old sons. One thing little boys can't do is shoot straight and I couldn't bear the smell so we had an outside toilet set up. If you're inclined to want an internal ensuite the cupboards opposite the bunks are designed to be reconfigured to suit.
She would also be great on a block as a weekender or a bnb.
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