This is not the usual Star Wars image featured on the sides of vans, but I’ll be darned if this rendering (Forza?) doesn’t look fantastic.
What creepier way is there to try and pick up high school girls then behind the wheel of this 1979 Dodge Ram van with custom Star Wars graphics?
YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE. If you do a Google image search for Star Wars Van this comes up on the front page. (woops, I just checked again and it turns up on the SECOND page.) Graphics were professionally designed and installed. Detail is excellent and there is absolutely NO FADING! This van started out as a lovingly cared for custom van. When I got it the headers, flares, front spoiler, and dash tach were still there. I am only the third owner. It had a custom interior at one time but much of it had been removed and the van had sat for a while. It came with lots of spares and ran great. It was the perfect blank slate…….. THe force was with us.
Good Lord that sounds like the deal of the century. No bids on eBay with a starting price of $9000? I’m shocked. Check out more pics after the break.
She combined her childhood love of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and her skills as an employee at her father’s auto detailing business into a one-of-a-kind vehicle that runs on pure turtle power.
All your co-workers will be so jealous of your tricked out Camper Van. Just a few simple folds and you will turn a flat sheet of paper into a 3D pen holder that can be customized with the included stickers. If that doesn’t quite give you the custom look you are aiming for, with a piece of paper and a few crayons you can make just about anything you need.
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