A Texas man bought an old ambulance from a landscaping company for $4,500 and spent $10,000 converting it into his dream tiny home.

A Texas man bought an old ambulance from a landscaping company for $4,500 and spent $10,000 converting it into his dream tiny home.


Joey Hadden

  • Michael Talley bought a $4,500 used ambulance from a landscaping company and turned it into a $30,000 home.
  • The Austin, Texas, home is complete with a king-sized bed, a 42-inch TV, and a rooftop deck with a solar panel and a small patch for golfing.
  • Talley spent about $10,000 on repairs and converting the space, and he told Insider that he focused on making his home beautiful and having as much open space in the vehicle as possible.
  • Take a look inside the solar-powered tiny home conversion, which Talley highlights, along with other custom builds, on his Instagram.

Michael Talley told Insider that he found a used ambulance on Craigslist in late 2018. At the time, the vehicle belonged to a landscaping company.

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