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Van Life

Van Life

In the ‘70s, your mom wouldn’t have been caught dead in a van, or at least that’s what she wanted her parents to think. These rolling rooms could have likely been what your weird uncle called home back in the day while he followed the Grateful Dead around the country. Who’s to really say what shenanigans went on in said vans? Use your imagination. From waterbeds and shag carpeting to psychedelic artistry, these babies were the ultimate staple of the free lifestyle many had in the ’70s.
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Vans are still a thing in certain pockets of the automotive hobby, but if you want to see the real thing, you need to roll back the clock to the mid-1970s, when the custom van life really hit its stride. You can pinpoint the beginning of the van craze to almost the day when EPA regulations strangled the once-ubiquitous muscle car nearly out of existence, and the arrival of the 55 mile per hour speed limit. If you were going to have to go slow, why not do it in the ultimate example of rolling personal expression: The custom van. Read more >

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