VW Bus Drink Cooler

You will not find a cooler cooler than this VW Bus cooler. This ice chest is a scale model of the classic split front window Volkswagen Samba van complete with eight panoramic windows and a two toned paint job that evokes the 1960’s. But instead of transporting a bunch of smelly hippies …

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VW Bus Shoulder Bag

The bus came by and I got on and that’s where it all began. Now you can take the bus with you with a VW Bus Shoulder Bag. This shoulder bag features the face of the iconic Volkswagen Bus across it’s 14″ wide by 10″ tall self. With the VW symbol right …

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VW Bus Kids Play Tent

Why should old hippie parents have all the fun? Parents can play in the VW Camper Van Tent we covered a few years back and FINALLY kids get their own kid sized VW Bus Play Tent. These tents are modeled after the iconic 1965 split window Volkswagen …

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VW Camper Bus Toiletries Bag

Maybe your days of sleeping in the back of a VW bus in the parking lot of a Grateful Dead show are over but you can still take a little piece of that with you into the hotel with the VW Camper Toiletries Bag. Shaped like the iconic Volkswagen camper van, it …

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VW Camper Van Tent

Sweet ghost of Jerry Garcia! No that’s not a Volkswagen Bus you see, that’s a 1:1 scale VW Camper Van Tent. This officially licensed full size replica of a 1965 VW Bus can fit up to four adults. Maybe you don’t want to be driving a turtle speed hippie bus, but camping …

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VW Bug AT-AT

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It’s a vision of what could have been, instead of AT-AT’s we’d have VW-VW’s. And the Death Star would just be a gigantic VW bus with a flower painted on the side. They almost remind me of something out of Hardware Wars (greatest Star Wars spoof ever).

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CarPuchino: The Coffee Powered Car

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It’s the world’s first coffee powered car! The Car-Puchine was created by BBC1’s Bang Goes the Theory program out of a 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco. Surprisingly the car can hit up to 60mph. It takes a little over half a pound of coffee for every mile driven or about 56 espressos per mile (how ...

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