1965 Volkswagen Stretch Microbus

Dec 3, 2015

Category: Rides

Spotting a vintage Volkswagen Microbus is rare enough these days, but rare takes on a whole new meaning when you’re talking about a custom-made stretch 1965 VW. It’s like seeing Bigfoot frolicking in the water with the Loch Ness Monster.

Ebay, of all places, is where the action is right now on this one of a kind vehicle, as seller Aspen247 is currently taking bids in the $220,000 range for it. Apparently and understandably it was the result of an exhaustive two-year project, as everything is said to be new here, with just 1,600 miles on the odometer, including the 2180cc engine. There’s room for 12 people to stretch out amid the two-tone brown interior, and in case you’ve ever wondered, this is what a VW with 33 windows looks like. [Purchase]

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