I have! I love to travel and a converted school bus could be a killer mobile home that double as a tour bus for my bands. I know it would be a bit of a pricey endeavorer (I'm thinking ~7-15k all in) but living out of my car isn't alien or off putting to me. I'd rather just bring home with me! I also happen to have a lot of good connections with people including some of the local hippies through my work. A friend has her own bus already, a coworker of mine designs buses and homes, and I know a lot of people with a lot of talent who'd all like to get their hands on a bus project. That's not to say I don't want to do some work on it too. I've already got a pretty detailed plan laid out including budgeting after some research. I won't need a CDL as long as seating is under 16. It all really depends on if I buy an older mid mileage bus with a good service record or a newer low mileage one just out of service. I'm thinking I could probably buy an old donor camper for the stove, sink, bath, fridge, and all that good stuff. That would also allow me to title it as an RV without getting heckled for minor differences in state laws about what amenities make it an RV. Other fun ideas include having hanging bunk beds, additional locking storage boxes along the edge of the body, and a powerful inverter to really make it a home on the road. Thoughts? Anyone tried this before? Something irrelevant? Cool side note: I looked up the wheel chair lift specs. It looks like they're all rated for 600 pounds or more. That'd make a great motorcycle lift for a guy with a 350 lb bike.