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How to live in a car

January 23rd, 2010 at 11:14 pm

I just came across this rather amusing how-to video. Not that I'm planning to or anything. Just thought it was amusing.

4 Responses to “How to live in a car”

  1. davera Says:

    BA, you are too funny with your fascination with how small a living space one could occupy! So how much more liveable space is there in a car than in a closet? : )

  2. Broken Arrow Says:

    If you think that's crazy, I was seriously considering buying one of these. You know, assuming that it is habitable to being with, and within zoning laws.... Ah, probably not.

    My thing about space isn't necessarily out of preference, but rather, with price in mind. The smaller it is, the easier and cheaper it is to build, and maintain. That's also why I've yet to mention converted missile silos....

    I've also looked into RVs and cargo vans. They're actually a seemingly affordable enough option because, like trailers, they're on wheels, and therefore, bypasses a lot of residential regulations.

    I've even looked at converting tool sheds....

    Yeah, I know. I'm crazy. And cheap. And it's obviously not going to win me any dates. To me, cost of a residence is so expensive, it's fun to just look around and see what alternatives may be out there.

    Ah, well. Most realistically, I'll just end up renting or buying like everybody else.

  3. janH Says:

    Okay, believe it or not I actually DID live in a converted tool shed. When I went to college, my grandfather rebuilt his big old tool shed into a nice little compact apartment. I had a glass enclosed porch, a tiny living room plus kitchen, a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom. I paid rent, but utilities were included!

  4. Broken Arrow Says:

    Wow, that's really interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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