A man has spent a total of $243,000 converting an old Boeing 727 into a home in the woods in Oregon.
Bruce Campbell is currently busy fitting out the aircraft which he has placed in a woods in Oregon in Portland.
Inside the retired engineer has a shower, but it is still in need of a toilet.
Bruce only spends half a year in Oregon on the plane and he is now looking to buy another 747 in Japan to kit out.
He paid $23,000 for the 10 acres of land in Oregon years ago and bought the aircraft for $220,000.
According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, Bruce said: "If a conventional home is a legacy age family Chevy or Ford, an airliner home is a fresh new Tesla or Porsche Carrera."
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