r/skoolies

16k subscribers
created in 2013
last scan 6/20/2019


SKOOLIE LIFE! Have a school bus that you have or are currently converting into something else (usually an RV)? Got questions about something strange? Wanna brag about how you did what you did? This is where you can talk about it, discuss how it's done and show off your results! See you on the road!
https://reddit.com/r/skoolies/

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