In most college towns you can't go ten feet without seeing a Red Bull Mini, one of a fleet of marketing vehicles. But what's the best promotional vehicle?
There are many weird and wonderful repurposings of vehicles into rolling advertisements (check out post on weird marketing vehicles), but it's hard to top the Voxmobile. Created by the great George Barris, this machine was a rolling amp capable of supporting 32 guitars simultaneously. For the full rock band feel, there was also a Vox organ in the back, five 12-inch speakers, one 18-inch speakers and four tweaters.
Oh, and the Cobra 289 V8 under the hood didn't hurt the rocking either.
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