A COUPLE who determined to purchase an previous double-decker bus and convert it into an expensive motorhome have been displaying it off on TV.
After residing at the back of a van collectively whereas travelling, they determined it was the life for them and can stay within the bus full time.
Couple Gee and Lamona gave a tour of the bus on Million Pound Motorhomes on Channel 5, though theirs value a lot lower than that.
The previous double-decker used to hold passengers across the Brighton and Hove space however was purchased by the couple for simply £4,000 as soon as it was retired from service.
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The skilled photo voltaic panel fitter and nutritionist have since spent round £20,000 doing it up in and out.
The result’s severely spectacular, with two flooring of luxurious residing and the liberty to alter location as they need.
Inside there’s an enormous bed room that is hidden behind a secret door that includes a correct double mattress, a walk-in bathe, a big lounge with hide-away TV and full kitchen.
There’s even a storage with a full-size washer, wood-burning range and roof backyard with photo voltaic panels.
The DIY-loving couple have achieved all of the work themselves over a interval of two years, however it’s now completed.
The plan is to stay within the motorhome full time together with their canine.
Up till now, they have been residing in a caravan in a discipline subsequent to the bus whereas the work was being carried out.
Talking to Channel 5 Lamona mentioned: “We spent about six months residing in a van and we preferred it.
“We actually preferred it. We preferred the simplicity, we preferred the liberty, so we thought once we come again to England we must always stay in a van – one thing you may arise in.
“Then we thought, possibly we must always convert a bus as an alternative.”