There are so many options with an old double decker bus; motorhome, Air BnB, glamping vehicle, or even a straight forward restoration!
From the seller: “We have my double decker bus for sale, the main photo is as the condition is at this moment.
I parked it where is is about 10 months or so ago and it started well, however would not hold water, so suspect a new liner would be required.
I was hoping to be able to turn this into a tiny home/ oversize camper and get it back on the road, however due to a change of circumstances this is no longer possible for me. ( the guillotine door makes for a good camper/tiny home option)
It entered service as No 34 with Rawtenstall Corporation in 1965, it then passed across to Rossendale in 1968. It was withdrawn in July 1978.
Is I am aware, it was sold to Holloways, Scunthorpe the following month but didn’t enter service until December, it was used for school duties. Holloways kept the vehicle and ran it for a couple of years before selling it to Northants Road Transport Training in December 1980. They ran it for at least 11 years and it appeared at one, maybe more Showbus rallies during its time there.
It then returned to Ewood Bridge Rossendale in the summer of 1999, before that we believe it was secured for preservation in the Northampton area. It was painted into a version of the original livery. It was then converted to a children’s playbus and stood for many years.
There is no V5 as I have not applied for this yet, the proud new owner will be able to request a new one, if this concerns you I can request one.”