If you’re ever wandering through the forest of Hillsboro, Oregon and come across a Boeing 727, there’s no reason to be alarmed. It’s not a plane crash or stolen cargo; it’s just Bruce Campbell’s home. If you’re lucky, Bruce might even give you a tour around to proudly show off his airplane that he converted into his home. Take a look to see the process it took to transform this airplane into his house, how Campbell lives, and the benefits and possible future of people living in upcycled aircrafts.
A Vision At A Young Age
Bruce Campbell is a 64-year-old retired electrical engineer. Since he was young, he was always known for his creative vision. When he was in his early 20s, he bought a 10-acre plot of land for $23,000 in the forest of Hillsboro, Oregon. Campbell also had a unique vision for what he wanted to do with the property.
His plan was to construct a home out of numerous freight vans. Initially, Campbell was thrilled with his idea until he learned about another house that someone had built. This led him to change his mind.