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Vantastic! How to Build the Ultimate Shaggin’ Wagon

‘Tis that time of year when vintage car owners show off their chrome and wheels at cruise nights and classic car gatherings, but the custom van of the ’70s usually isn’t one of them. I don’t know why no one is restoring these shag pads on wheels, because street vans were a huge automotive phenomenon during the late ’70s and early ’80s–there was even a magazine dedicated to them called Travelin’ Vans. However, as a public service to my readers, I’d like to offer three simple steps on how to turn any mommy (or daddy) minivan into the Ultimate Shaggin’ Wagon. Get ready to say to your friends and neighbors, “If this van is a-rockin’, don’t come a-knocking!” Read more >

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