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Side view of the Bills Burgers Bus.

May we introduce you to the Bill’s Burgers Bus. She’s a 1969 Leyland Atlantean Double Decker Bus, formerly operating in her previous life as a passenger bus in London, and now rebirthed as Australia’s first double decker burger bus.

The Van Demons crew stripped the bus of all its original seating and interior and have transformed her into an incredibly mighty, some say “epic” food truck. Downstairs features a full commercial kitchen on one end, with service counter and additional refrigeration up the other. Upstairs houses vibrant diner style seating with booths up each end and stools along each side of the bus, and a hydraulically operated roof that raises when in use and retracts for driving and storage. Pressed metal ceilings, bunker lights and dark timber flooring are a nod to times of yore.

With a thumping sound system (speakers upstairs, downstairs and outside), and LED colour changing lights underneath the bus, the Bill’s Burgers Bus is sure to be the life of the party.

Follow their journey here:

Bill’s Burgers


  • A very impressive conversion of 230 JJY630G and is the second Leyland Atlantean double decker of 1969 vintage that you have converted. These were new to the City of Plymouth Corporation Transport Department in 1969 located in the south west of England and I remember them on their first day in service. With my brother we are, back here in Plymouth, restoring one of these Plymouth Leyland Double Deckers of 1971 vintage back to its original condition having been stripped of interior fittings in the 1990s to become a mobile meeting room for use in Wales.

    I have to ask where did those seats that were once in 230’s upper deck and removed as part of the conversion end up. We continue to search for original style seats to put back in our own restoration project.

  • Mohamed Tahnoon says:

    How much did it cost in total to build this beauty ?

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