Bruce Campell's Boeing 727 Home Makes Living in an Airplane Seem Cozy

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Sep 22, 2014 • References: airplanehome & thisiscolossal
After being stuck in a plane for a few hours, most people can't fathom ever living in airplane. However, Bruce Campbell is not most people, and decided to turn a retired Boeing 727 into a spacious new home. The Boeing costs Campbell $220,000, and it has now landed itself just outside Portland in a wooded area.

From the outside of the Airplane Home, is just looks like a big airplane, but the inside is loaded with more than the cramped seats and tiny bathrooms most people are accustomed to. The Airplane Home is outfitted with a shower, kitchen and electricity, which makes it a pretty cozy place to live. In order to help more people achieve their dreams of living in an airplane, Campbell has a handy how-to guide on his site. Stats for Upcycled Airplane Homes Trending: Older & Popular
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