Hi Voxecho and thanks for posting to the forum! She is proably about 13 feet tall, so that is HIGH, forcing one to be careful of older low overhead bridges. Freeway driving is no problem as those overpasses must meet federal regs. The interior ceilings are lovely high, probably 9 feet. The lofts are lovely. As far as I know this is the only bus in the world with a full second bus shell on top. The trick to do this is that you need the top shell to be from a shorter bus. In this case we have probably a late 1930s shell (beveled in the front) welded onto a 1960 International harvester top which is longer and square in the front. The difficulty is finding the right geometry for the top shell. Ken Kesey's original Furthur was a 1939 IH bus very close to our top shell in shape.
I hope this was helpful! Hey Discovery Channel did a shoot in NoFurthur, see http://www.nofurthur.com