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A 1966 Greyhound Bus Was Remodeled Into A Tiny Home--And You Can Buy It

By Alex Maxx

Born and raised in the shoebox-sized apartments of New York City, 30-year-old Jessie Lipskin was more than prepared to downsize and move into smaller – and more sustainable – digs.

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Source: YouTube / Tiny House Living

Lipskin researched the most sustainable ways of living, and sure enough, came across the tiny house movement. Inspired, she sought out to build one of her own from the bottom up. She found the foundation — a 1966 GMC Commuter Greyhound bus — and spent the next three years converting the bus into a minuscule, minimalistic mobile home.