The Gardner SHOW

Rita, Sarah, Meghan & Abigail

@thegardnershow

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      When you can't find the perfect RV to travel the country in with your kids... YOU BUILD YOUR OWN.

      December 28, 2018 is when I purchased a senior citizen shuttle bus from Cape Henlopen, DE, which happens to be our favorite camping spot.

      With a love for tiny houses, minimalism and the outdoors, keeping this build simple, open and streamlined was an essential factor in designing our Summer Home on Wheels. Although they were young, I felt it was important that the girls were involved with the design and build process as much as possible.

      After working on the bus for four months, designing, gutting, prepping, insulating, servicing and converting, we enlisted help from RoadRoots Upfitters, Navigation Nowhere and Wagner Woodworking to help complete the build in just four weeks to meet our goal of being on the road by Memorial Day.

     Plans for now are to live in the bus as much as possible and travel the country with the desire to one day live in it full time.

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Rita, Sarah, Meghan, Abigail

The Gardner SHOW

1999 

Ford 

E-450 Shuttle Bus

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7.3L Power Stroke Diesel

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Diesel

26 ft.

112 sq. ft.

Shuttle Bus

Toilet

General Specifications

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The Gardner SHOW Specs:

  • 1999 Ford E450 Shuttlebus

  • 7.3L Power Stroke

  • 26 ft. long w/bumper extension

  • 5’10” inside height 

  • Seperate Toilet

  • Four single slide out beds

  • 2 ft. rear deck/bumper extension

  • 20 gallon fresh water tank

  • 10 gallon grey water tank

  • 2 - 20lb. propane tanks

  • 12v Chest Fridge/Freezer

  • 24 x 24 inch marine skylight

  • Excel instant hot water heater

  • 200 ah batteries

  • 1500 watt inverter

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