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This is one cute bus and was produced in 1950 by the German Company Volkswagen. Sometimes called the microbus because of its small size compared to regular buses it can be made into a camper and is a great transporter when your group is small.
The Volkswagen Bus became really popular during the counterculture movement of the 1960's and became known as the hippie van or bus. You may have seen photos of these hippie vans covered in flowers and tie-dye colors with symbols of peace and love. Some of the Buses would have, Flower Power, written on them.
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The first Volkswagen Bus was modeled after the VW Beetle and is one of the reasons it's so cute. These Volkswagen Buses are in high demand and many are looking for them, especially pre-1956. Some of the reasons why the buses are so popular are that they can carry a number of people plus camping gear or whatever you need. The microbus could be used as campers or even a second home.
The United States and Europe tried to copy the Volkswagen bus by making other vans like the Ford Econoline, Dodge A100 and the Covair 95 and others.
Below you will find all kinds of Volkswagen Buses and products for sale for sale. Used VW Bus for Sale. Flower Power Volkswagen Bus for Sale. 60's, 70's 1971, 1978, 78 VW Bus for Sale.
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A Tall Tale
One day while traveling through Arizona I met a fellow who was homeless. Actually he wasn't exactly homeless as he had a home that he lived in. It was a 1959 Volkswagen bus that had all his belongings and he would travel around the state and surrounding places where he could find cheap areas to park and just enjoy the outdoors and being free. He traveled north during the hot summer and headed back south during the winter. He had a little money coming in from some Internet sources like Squidoo and used his computer to keep in touch with the outside world.
I thought his life was wonderful and asked him all kinds of questions about it. It seemed he had everything he needed except for some companions. It might be easier living by yourself but there is no one to help if you get into trouble. My thought was that it would be nice for him to find some like minded folks that he could invite to come along in their own cheap vehicles and he would show them the ropes. He could charge a fee to swell his income a little and have some friends too. Some of his students would become great friends and as he continued to teach more folks he would soon meet friends at most of his stops that would look out for each other.
However the most needed thing in someone life would be to have a loving relationship with Jesus. Then you will never be truly alone and would be able to teach by example and share your faith. This would make a great combination. First be a Christian then share your lifestyle with others and teach them the ropes on how to live free and cheaply. Then your life would be completely full and you would have your privately too in your own little home.
Dear Volkswagen Bus Fans,
I am writing to you in behalf of your Heavenly Father. He is seeking you like a lost sheep. You remember the Bible story? It is about a shepherd who has 100 sheep. But when he brings the sheep home one night, one is missing. He then leaves the 99 sheep and goes out into the wilderness until he finds that lost sheep.
In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep
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