- A man, Bruce Campbell, in the United States bought an old passenger aeroplane and transformed it into his own abode
- Bruce who acquired the old aircraft at $100,000 (R1.5m) in the year 1999 is said to reside in the aeroplane house 6 months in a year
- The retired electrical engineer then spent a further $120,000 (R1.8 million) to disassemble it and move the aircraft to his property in Portland
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly News on your News Feed!
Unlike people who reside in buildings, a man has chosen to take abode in an aeroplane.
The US man identified as Bruce Campbell acquired a 1969 Boeing aeroplane in the year 1999 at a price of $100, 000 (R1.5 million).
Bruce, in order to put the aircraft in a shape that suits his taste, spent another $120, 000 (R1.8 million) to disassemble it after which the aeroplane was moved to his property in Portland.
He removed all the seats
The retired electrical engineer in refurbishing the aircraft removed all its seats and added a shower for bathing.
PAY ATTENTION: Never miss breaking news – join Briefly News' Telegram channel!
He now stays in the aeroplane 6 months in a year. The aeroplane's cockpit is where he does his reading.
Bruce believes old planes should be turned into homes
The old man believes all old planes should be made into homes to prevent them from being wasted.
In his words:
"Shedding a beautiful and scintillating jetliner is a tragedy in waste, and a profound waste of human imagination."
People react to the look of the aeroplane
Andrew Breckon commented:
"Great idea, but it cost a total of 220k and not to mention you need a huge chunk of land to put it on. It's not exactly beautiful or affordable plus the interior is awful."
Kathleen Ketchell wrote:
"Great concept but I would clear those trees from around that plane where I'm from we back burn so properties don't burn down when it's summer saves a lot of homes this way."
Sylvana Rodriguez opined:
"This is not the best idea. Depending where you put the plane. In Arizona it will last forever but if it is placed in a tropical area kiss it good bye. Not convenient at all. I have seen school buses remodeled better than this. It doesn't even look like a home inside. This guy is single. A woman would not tolerate this."
Alan Smolin thought:
"He spent 1/4 million just to buy it and get it there. Could've built a nice cabin or home appropriate for the woods. The plane Could've been dismantled for scrap if he's so worried about recycling. Illogical but to each his own."
Man shares video of old double deck bus that was turned into a 3-bedroom house
"Keep hustling": Successful man remembers he lived in a shack and learnt to cook at just 18 years old
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that an old double-decker bus underwent somewhat an overhaul as it was turned into a 3-bedroom house.
A man who shared the video said the bus is situated in a nice, peaceful and quiet place.
Source: Briefly News