Despite the fact that Riot Fest Brooklyn was rained out, and the Descendents played in a bar that about 10 people were allowed into, the day wasn’t a total wash. This van was spotted outside of St. Vitus bar, were we didn’t see the Descendents. Thanks, weather.
A beautiful out of state visitor spotted somewhere in downtown Manhattan.
Check this out – affordable luxury living on Long Island’s south shore. Just look at those wheels – pure luxury! Plus, eat in kitchen, attic, quick walk to the water!
The vehicle you choose to drive is the result of a number of different factors: budget, utility, specifications, and style all add twists to the decision making road that is car buying. It can be argued that identity is also a large part of car buying as well – ask any middle aged guy with a Corvette trying to hold onto the last vestiges of youth. What we have here is a van with an identity crisis, spotted in Woodstock, Virginia this van clearly headed the wrong way when looking for the concert, man.
What we have here is an unsurprisingly common sight – two vans relying on the motive power of another vehicle to get them to where they need to be. Although this might be a bad situation for most drivers, this is the life that VW owners have chosen. These were spotted in deep Brooklyn – also unsurprising.
Here we have a nice selection of vans from the rainy city of Seattle. Two T2’s and one T3, two of which are pop-tops! Surprisingly rust-free for a city that is being rained on 75% of the time, these are great finds!