Sunday, 7 August 2011

No bike day.....just Bugaroo...

Custom cars, trucks, motorhomes and recreational vehicles were all the rage during the 1960s and 1970s but certain carhouses crossed the line into outrageousness as they criss-crossed the country. Among the most eyebrow-raising of the bunch was a VW Beetle RV conversion known variously as the Bugaroo or the  Minihome

These are a few examples..I have yet to see one in the flesh

On a set of Mag slots.....

In a distant forest clearing..Morphed Airstream and split bus.....Hmmm

House and Cafe....

Architect Markus Voglreiter built this VW house in a cozy suburban neighborhood near Salzburg, Austria in 2003. The restaurant, dubbed The Car, was completed in 2007 and is located north of Salzburg. It reportedly cost €1.6 million to build.

---------Caffe to cycle to-------

1935 Bolus-Teller (predecessor to the Airstream) travel trailer.

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