I heard this sucker was at a swap meet in California. No joke here folks. I have no idea whether it drives or not, but doesn't it look cool? Just think, for $2500, you could really scare the hell out of your neighbors. "Honey, our neighbor doesn't just have another junker VW, this one is a tank!" Sign me up for one....It looks relatively safe too (look at the heavy duty rivets and metal on the bottom of the bus).
This is another real one, but I'm sure you have seen something similar somehwere else.
These late model bread-loaf busses are somewhat popular vehicles to lend to
butchering. This one looks like it will soon be sailing on the high seas
(maybe just a lake). There are other busses chopped up like this, but they
ride on the tops of old school busses: as height extensions to some
hick-type camper vehicles.
Yes, NASA held this back from us all these years, and has finally unveiled their secret
from the Apollo program. They were way ahead of their time in designing this
masterpiece. The project fell through when someone found out this Lunar
Excursion Module was air-cooled. Unfortunately, there isn't any of that type
of coolant available in space. Perhaps it will be used on a manned
Mars mission in the future...
Yet another secret kept from the public for too long. Disney didn't want anyone
else to know that Herbie had a brother. Woohoo! I can't tell where this split-screen
bus is from, but I think it may be from England. You know those British...always
up to something. Anyway, this bus not only looks way cool, but it looks pretty
fast. I guess I'm jealous. I just hope it doesn't run into any speedbumps anytime
I would go on about how this was actually a prototype German Army vehicle from
World War II, but I would be lying. I learned about this car on another website
on April first this year. I don't speak German, so I missed a most crucial
message that was said to be imprinted on a plate in the trunk. In German, it said
something to the extent of, "this is an april fools joke." It didn't take long
for me to realize that it was a joke....he wanted only $750 for the
dual axle rear end...duh....