Plane Converted into Home: An engineer has taken creativity to a higher level by turning a plane into a home.
Bruce Campbell, who used an airplane differently rather than flying in it, made a Boeing 727, which he bought in 1999, his own abode!
Bruce Cambell is a member of the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA), a group of people who invest their artistic skills to metamorphose retired planes into homes and creative hubs, basically something worth!
The plane-home comes with a custom built shower, two restrooms, wings serving as the deck and the cockpit turned into a cosy reading room.
Two decades of hard work and an extraordinary sense of creativity was all it took for Campbell to transform this abandoned vehicle into his home.
Located in the woods of Japan, Bruce bought the beast for $100,000 and made use of every little place he had in it.
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He’s made the inside of the plane into a comfortable living space, although he says it is still a work in progress.
Bruce lives in the plane for six months a year, spending the rest of his time in Japan, where he is also arranging to buy old fuselage to create a second aircraft home.
The cockpit of the plane serves as Bruce’s reading room.
He has crafted a makeshift shower, and has made the toilet usable.
Bruce paid $100,000 for the old plane back in 1999. The costs of moving it and then what he’s spent since total another $120,000.