Eagles’ Gardner Minshew sells ‘love shack’ bus for $25,000

All good things come to an end.

Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Gardner Minshew is selling his legendary ‘love shack’ bus for $25,000, he announced this week on Instagram, where he also revealed he calls the vehicle home for many months.

“Since February of this year, I have been living in my bus. Mostly at my gym @ctpswfl, some at our training facility in Philadelphia, and a whole bunch of places in between,” Minshew began.

“A few things I’ve learned during this time: if you have a dream to chase, things to learn, and people to love, then you don’t need much else. Knowing what’s around the bend isn’t as important as believing you’ll be able to handle anything. And finally, the love of the bus is one of the best there is!”

Gardner Minshew lived on his bus this offseason.
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Gardner Minshew hopes his bus will find a loving home.
Gardner Minshew hopes his bus will find a loving home.
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Minshew is seen driving his "love shack" bus.
Gardner Minshew is seen driving his “love shack” bus.
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Minshew then hit his followers with a buying opportunity in hopes his beloved bus would find a nice home.

“With that being said and in all sincerity (❌🧢), I am selling my baby to Philadelphia. This former prisoner transport bus has been completely rehabilitated and would be perfect as a tailgate (for Bird games), semi or permanent residence, and obviously and very tastefully as a baby love cabin. This grisled vet has done 146,000 miles,” the 26-year-old quarterback continued.

“When I took it in for service most recently, the mechanic said in his professional opinion, and I quote, ‘This thing is awesome man!’ Fitted with an energy efficient AC unit, cooktop and fridge She is listed for 25k but more than anything I just want to see her in a nice loving home Serious inquiries only to DM. As stated above ❌🧢. Thank you.”

Eagles quarterback Garnder Minshew in January 2022.
Eagles quarterback Gardner Minshew in January 2022.
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A former sixth-round pick, Minshew is entering his fourth season in the NFL and is expected to be the second-string quarterback behind Jalen Hurts in Philadelphia.

Minshew previously played for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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