DISUSED Boeing 727 passenger jet hidden in deep in the forests of Oregon, US, has left viewers astonished after its incredible secret was revealed.
Owner Bruce Campbell opened the plane’s doors to media for the first time, showing its jaw-dropping transformation from passenger jet to cosy home.
Stunning footage takes viewers around the inside of the giant aircraft, which has been stripped of nearly all its passengers seats to make way for more homely appliances.
The tour shows off the plane’s unique kitchen and living area – even showing a working bathroom complete with shower.
Bruce began living in the converted plane in 1999 – but now splits his time between Oregon and Japan, leaving his beloved behind for half the year.
"I've spent very roughly 40% of my time in Nippon since 2009, leaving my 727 in the hands of trusted friends,” he explained.
"I savour the company of loved ones and cherished friends there and enjoy very charming and rewarding recreation, including lots of exhilarating tennis and mini-volleyball. But there's more on my agenda too.”
The talented engineer claims he is working on plans to replicate the incredible achievement in Japan.
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NEAT AND TIDY: Campbell converted the inside into a cost home in 1999
He continued: "I'm attempting to establish enough traction to execute a Boeing 747-400 home near Miyazaki City, Japan.
"The hurdles are enormous even though some logistics for siting an intact wide body aircraft on private land look favourable.”
Bruce explained how he continues to make improvements and adjustments to his spectacular home, adding: “Money is a less constraining matter lately, but I'll still perform a lot of work personally and there'll be other pace limitations.
"Either way, I hope I can find success. Because these great ships, gleaming pinnacle class symbols of mankind's achievements, richly deserve a very long and noble second life.”