This $38,454 tiny home on wheels was built out of an aircraft fuselage — see inside 'Aero Tiny'

Aero Tiny.
The little house people
The Tiny House Guys have created a tiny house on wheels in a disused Dash 8 double propeller fuselage that was once used for training purposes.
The Aero Tiny house can be towed as it sits on a trailer from a small caravan manufacturer based in Australia.
The interior is 130 square meters without the 35 square meter side deck.
The Brisbane, Australia-based company originally listed the Aero Tiny for $ 38,454, but the house was sold in late May to an owner who will use it as an Airbnb unit.
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The Tiny House Guys have created a tiny house on wheels with the appropriate nickname "Aero Tiny" from part of a disused training aircraft fuselage.
The company, based in Brisbane, Australia, specializes in creating trendy small houses like the self-sufficient Urban Tiny in a loft style. The Tiny House Guys are also led by a tiny family team: the company is run by a father-son duo, Rick and Mitch Keel.
In order to give its buildings the title "on wheels", The Tiny House Guys, according to the company, puts its houses on trailer bases, which were manufactured by a local manufacturer of small caravans.
This includes the Aero Tiny, which, according to Rick Keel, could be "Australia's most unique tiny house" due to its construction base, which was once part of a decommissioned Dash 8 double prop training aircraft.
The tiny house still has some components of its earlier life, including a working airplane door, emergency exit signs and the traditional airplane window. Otherwise, not much of his past remains.
The house is 130 square meters without the 35 square meter side deck.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
Despite its unique shape, the Aero Tiny still has properties similar to any small house.
Aero Tiny.
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For example, the house is partly powered by solar energy from its solar panels.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
In order to maximize the small area, the Tiny House Guys have integrated space-saving tricks into the furniture ...
Aero Tiny.
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... Like a sofa that doubles as a bed ...
Aero Tiny.
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... and a dining table that can be folded up.
Aero Tiny.
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The table - which stands next to the bathroom - is accompanied by two stools.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
The bathroom at Aero Tiny has a cassette toilet, shower and mirror.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
There are windows in the tiny house that are fitted with insect screens.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
Aero Tiny is stored in the form of drawers on the kitchen unit, which also contains the sink and the long worktop.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
The interior is simply decorated with white walls and furniture that stand out from the gray floors and sofa bed.
Aero Tiny.
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The shower and wash basin draw their water from Aero Tiny's own water tank.
Aero Tiny.
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To relax outdoors, the Tiny House Guys included an extended side deck with removable handrails.
Aero Tiny.
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The deck is behind clear sliding doors.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
The Tiny House Guys originally listed the Aero Tiny for $ 38,454, but the house was sold in late May to an owner who wanted to use the tiny house as an Airbnb unit.
Aero Tiny.
The little house people
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