Found on the street, this thing has an EZPass. Which means it can actually make it up a bridge. Wow.
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.
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.
It’s difficult to find a modern vehicle that allows such flexibility in use – a van that can not only move many adults from one place to another, but also provide a comfortable place to stay at night is a rarity for today’s car-buyer. This wonderful example of a T4 camper is decked out with all the goodies – a leaky pop-top roof, connectors for all your campsite amenities, and probably some kind of marijuana-burning device inside. Although not as stylish as its more iconic predecessors, this van still represents what the originals stood for: fun, and driving pleasure.
What we have here is a fine example of a 1980s Transporter. Painted with a similar theme to a deli-paper-coffee-cup, this van is just about as exciting. As you can see, this is not a special camper model, just a plain-jane people mover, no curtains, beds, people, dogs, or plants living inside, which I guess is kinda unique in its own way, especially for one of these vans…