Pilot buys plane catering truck for $3,300 and turns it into the ‘cutest’ tiny home

He made this truck into an adorable home.

Mark, a Southwest Airlines pilot with a storied career as a fighter and special operations pilot, has embarked on a unique journey into the world of alternative living.

He converted an airline provisioning box truck into a tiny home on wheels, calling it the “SnakPak.”

We’ve seen a lot of unique and tiny homes before, and this one is one of the wackier and more fun ones.


The concept of converting a truck into a home came to Mark during the COVID-19 pandemic, a time marked by uncertainty and a need for flexibility.

Drawing from his job as an airline pilot, he chose a provisioning truck, a familiar sight in his profession, and found the idea of living in one both intriguing and practical.

Mark acquired the 2000 Ford 650 truck, which boasts a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine, at an auction for $3,300, outbidding only one other person.

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