She turns a 1966 bus into a mobile home: It’s incredible

Jessie Lipskin chose to build her dream home rather than look for one. Jessie bought a 1966 GMC Greyhound bus (the same one driven by Keanu Reeves in “Speed”) after falling in love with it while browsing eBay.

Over the next few years, she transformed the vehicle into a mobile home, and the stunning interior and exterior decor is a testament to her labor of love.

According to Jessie, her unconventional home was born out of her desire to lead a more sustainable life.

Earthships, created entirely from recycled materials, are the subject of a documentary directed by Michael Reynolds, an ecological architect.

“I love DIY. However, I have no experience of the plumbing, electricity or carpentry needed for this project,” he adds.

“The big challenge was that it was very different to work on a house that is fixed in one place. She persevered despite all the difficulties. In total, she spent just over $70,000 on this labor of love.

Since January, Jessie has been living in a van and couldn’t be happier.

This 1966 GMC bus was the object of Jessie Lipskin’s affection, and she set about transforming it into a charming mobile home.

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