Number Juan Bus

Will, Kristen, Roam, Rush

@numberjuanbus

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      In 2017, we decided to drastically downsize our possession and convert a bus into a tiny house. After a lot of searching we found Juan, a 1992 retired Air Force Bus. We thought he would be the perfect addition to our family of 3 (πŸ‘«πŸΆ)

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      During the build out process we got engaged, married, sold almost all our belongings, paid off our debts, saved some money and got one more surprise addition to our family. (πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§πŸΆπŸšŽ our baby girl Roam) The total build took 1.5 years and we spent around 30k.

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Will, Kristen, Roam

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Number Juan

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1992

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Blue Bird

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TC2000

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23000

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5.9 Cummins

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Allison AT 545

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Diesel

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31 ft.

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212 sq. ft.

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School Bus

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Full Bathroom

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General Specifications

Number Juan’s Specs:

  • 1992 Blue Bird TC2000 Air Force Bus

  • 5.9L Cummins

  • Allison AT 545 Transmission

  • 31 ft. long w/bumper extension

  • 11’3” Exterior Height

  • 28ft Inside length 

  • 6’3” inside height 

  • Full bathroom w/ Natures Head composting toilet

  • Queen size bed

  • 8 ft. custom kitchen counter made from the Jax Beach Pier

  • Full couch with pull out twin bed

  • Dedicated work space

  • 40 gallon fresh water tank

  • 38 gallon grey water tank

  • 16.5 gallon propane tank

  • 3-way Norcold fridge

  • Dometic a/c 13,500BTU w/Easy Start

  • Suburban 3 burner stove

  • Suburban 6 gallon water heater

  • 500 watts of solar

  • 650 ah batteries

  • 3000 watt inverter

  • custom internet service

  • 8’5” rooftop deck

  • Yamaha XT250 Motorcycle on rear deck

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