Studio Apartment Gets 15 Miles Per Gallon

San Francisco Studio Apartment Gets 15 Miles Per Gallon

The San Francisco Weekly reports about a couple who have modified a van and are living in it part time down by the river in San Francisco.

Quoting from the Weekly: 

There’s no denying it: Crockett Bodelson and Sandra Wang’s studio apartment is as cute as a bug’s ear — albeit not much larger than one. It’s well-lit, was almost entirely stocked via freebies on Craigslist (including an upright piano), and is decorated with the couple’s own artwork. Just make sure not to park it in a red zone and you’re golden.

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Incidentally, Wang and Bodelson don’t currently live in the Peggy M — sleeping in a vehicle is against the law in most cities, and the couple have been hassled about it throughout the state. And in addition to being simply a cool thing to do, the Peggy M is an artistic statement about recycling and green energy (its electric is provided via solar panels).

To read the full article and see more pictures go to SFWeekly.com

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Photo Credit: SFWeekly.com

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DougTheBug - April 19, 2009 Reply

Geez, could’ve picked up a little bit before photos.

AJB - April 20, 2009 Reply

Geez; the housekeeping police just can’t resist.

Love the studio apartment!

Down with laws telling people where to sleep!

Carl - April 28, 2009 Reply

Looks like a crack den. I wouldn’t be letting people see that if I were them.

DougTheBug - June 9, 2009 Reply

AJB, Yes, because my statement was just so over-the-top. Twat.

curtis - December 29, 2009 Reply

The place looks like it needs a total renovation.

Remont - January 12, 2010 Reply

Je vous remercie pour cet article. Il était très intéressant

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