Most people might dread spending their entire lives on an airplane, but not Bruce Campbell. That's because his airplane, which stays on the ground, is his home.
The former electrical engineer turned a Boeing 727 he bought in 1999 into a home in Portland, Oregon. Reuters has photos of the space. After modifications, 65-year-old Campbell's aircraft dream home cost him a total of $220,000. He spends six months out of the year living there, alternating between Portland and Japan.
In addition to his current home, Campbell is hoping to buy an even bigger Boeing 747-400 to convert into his home in Miyazaki, Japan.
"I don't mean to offend, but wood is in my view a terrible building material," Campbell wrote on his website. "But retired airliners can withstand 575 mph winds ... are highly fire-resistant, and provide superior security. They're among the finest structures that mankind has ever built."
Keep scrolling to see more pictures of Campbell's Boeing 727 home.