OK, this VW Transporter isn't quite as low as this insane machine, nor is it quite as old. However, it makes up for those shortcomings by having such a great Survivor Patina, and by parking on one of the busiest streets in town. It's hard to tell how many donor vehicles contributed body parts for this bus, but it's got to be at least four. And, once again, I'm unable to provide an exact year for an older German vehicle; I'm pretty sure it's from the 1963-1967 period, but- as always- clarifications from VWology PhDs are welcomed.

It's got what appears to be every available factory and aftermarket option, including roof rack, headlight shades, and passenger step.


And speaking of the step, is it really helpful on a vehicle that is only about 8" from ground to floor? I bet the owner has to take it real easy on the left turns.

It's hard to say whether it's midway through extensive bodywork or just supposed to look this mean.


The interior is pretty minimalist, but it does have a suicide knob and an 8-track player.

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