David Plantz could only watch in amazement this evening as a school bus with two VW microbuses welded to the top sailed down Centre Street near LaGrange in West Roxbury.
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I don't think it went down Lagrange, either, because we would have heard about that (unless they miraculously finished the road lowering under the bridge).
The first thoughts that came to mind were the bridge on Lagrange and the bridge by the Home Depot on the VFW parkway. Hope this driver knows the local roads well!
Further ate a couple of tabs of Yellow Microbus.
"I understood that reference."
Reinforcements from Bannaroo for the pipeline protest!
imagine if that thing ever drove by a double rainbow? a lot of people's minds would blow. is the dead in town yet?????
Those are camper vans too. I hope the bottom half of them were rotted beyond repair because the two of those are worth more than ten of those school buses...
Great junkyard hack though!
of one of the war-wagons from the recent Mad Max movie. Shiny and chrome.
Those VW's were originally tricked out as sweet campers. Sink, ice box, swivel front seats, pop up table. Back seat folds down for a bed and top pops open for another with screens for ventilation. Sleeps 4.
Could be a nice set up inside.
My uncle had one of those campers when I was little... was a pretty good setup. Also, is that thing towing a trailer? Look at the left side of the picture at the extra set of wheels behind the bus. If so, how much room can you possibly need: school bus, two VW campers, and a trailer?!?
I guess people are already starting to flow in for the Dead &Company shows at Fenway
I heard you like buses, so I put some vw buses in your bus so you can bus while you bus.
Those 1966 VW micro buses can fetch up to $100k if they are done up right.
Models here. I had a 77 that looked very similar- same color too.
no one is paying those prices for a 70s VW, even the campers. You are thinking of the early 60s 21 and 23 window tour busses, they are extremely rare. The models used for this monstrosity are probably scattered in fields and barns less than a mile from wherever you are, anywhere in the US.
I saw a 79 in great condition at Nantasket the other day. Things are still awesome. Boy I wish I still had mine
Kate Sullivan spotted it on Dent Street this morning.
Don't want to even think about the MPH on this beast. I hope it's running on cooking oil or something.
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