Poor vans. They're the workaholics of the automotive world, living productive lives carrying plumbers, holiday gifts, flowers, dog groomers — you name it. And then, after a few years of wear, they turn all creepy. What's the world's creepiest van?
This mid-period Ford Econoline's windows may be see-through, which carries some sense of security through transparency. But with the simple addition of clown pictures, the passenger van's creepiness spikes into the... danger zone. Don't be fooled by those windows, this is a van built for creep. That, or selling knockoff posters at flea markets. Oh, and don't even talk about the rust? (Thanks to Creepy Van Guy for the inspiration.)
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