The amazing transformation of this 1950 Bedford OB presented in bronze and contrasting yellow with ruby red leather interior is perhaps one
of the finest examples of a bespoke luxury motor-home we have ever come across. From its modern running gear to the American walnut hand-crafted kitchen, Apple Mac computer and Bose sound system, we
can safely say the 3000 plus professional man-hours taken to convert this classic bus to such a high standard have certainly not been wasted and would put any modern-day motor-home to shame.
A 6.5 ton, 2006 Iveco three litre HDi engine and running gear with rear air suspension have replaced the original setup with the engine having covered just 23,000 miles under a full service history.
A ten point roll cage and side crash safety bars have been fitted to offer more modern safety standards with all but the roof having been re-panelled. We are told that this bus will comfortably
achieve 90mph (if permitted) and would cruise at 70mph while towing perhaps your classic car to Goodwood, Silverstone Classic or Kop Hill and thus making you the envy of the paddock.
The sleeping arrangements include a double bedroom with en-suite in the rear with an additional fold out double in the seating area, there is also a large retractable roof so that you can enjoy the
fresh air or atmosphere when static and plenty luxury features to ensure your stay is comfortable. With only 180 Beford OB's in existence today and this being the only one converted to such a high
specification in the world, why would you opt for the modern alternative... or the stuffy hotel room. Indeed why not sell the house and spend the summer touring Europe's motoring festivals!
A more comprehensive list of extras include; 27" Apple Mac computer, Bose sound system, solar panels, two rear cameras, two 120a/h gel batteries, two battery conditioners, split charger generator,
240v electrics, 12v inverter, 120 litre LPG tank, 120 litre fresh water tank, 80 litre waste tank, 70 litre black tank, macerator electric lavatory, Alde full central heating system, Amtico flooring
and Textura wall coverings and how about that 8ft sunroof