A young entrepreneur was tired of paying a house rent, and decided to build his own house, but, on an old military truck.
After finishing it on a truck, Tom Duckworth's house succeeded in surprise all of his followers in the networks. The young entrepreneur and expert revealed the restoration of old cars, after getting tired of paying the rent, he decided to make a significant change in his life.
The young man's courageous decision was to buy old truck military and with professional information she could turn home. In this way, not only did it stop paying the rent, but also the ability to travel and live.
Closer to his house, the 24-year-old Tom said the model of the vehicle was in Bedford MJ and took him almost a year to complete the total transformation of the truck. Although the total investment was $ 20,000 dollars, the youngsters emphasized that it is unfortunately, and even considered that this was the best life-to-life investment.
On the house built on truckTom said: "There's a good place, although there are a couple of people small. It gives me the freedom not to pay bills, as well as the possibility of traveling . "
As the young man kept an environmentally friendly lifestyle, he was trying to integrate his home to a modern solar energy system, as well as rainwater harvesting.
Through Instagram account, Tom showed the whole process of building his house on old truck. As detailed, everything started with a steel frame used as a base, and on which wooden boards were placed on them. In terms of roof cover, the builder left space for the siting of solar panels.
Regarding the adjustments that should truck, there are places for recreation and rest too. In fact, the construction works hatch in the roof, where you can go out and use a mini terrace. Also, on the cabin truck, install a small balcony, which Tom usually uses to play guitar.
After its acceptable result, the young man is trying to transfer his knowledge and teach many entrepreneurs to build their own homes.
He bought an old and worthless truck and destroyed to criticism … until they saw what was done inside