After I posted the photo of the converted bus from Jerome, I was reminded that I never followed through with pictures from my bus. I gutted the conversion that had previously been done, and then put it back together.
It did not turn out too bad. Three original seats remain: the driver’s and then two of the bench seats. The forced air oil heater has been replaced with a propane direct vent unit that does not require electricity. I considered a wood stove, but it took up a lot of room. The bus is wired for both 12v and 110, with a 100w solar panel on the roof. There are several 12v lights and one propane. The stove and fridge are also LP. The pitcher pump is plumbed to a 55 gallon poly barrel that is strapped to the bus underside.
Currently, the back of the bus has a futon, and the tools and materials are stored on the opposite wall.
The view from the front of the bus isn’t bad either.