‘back to the future’ fan? this 1967 volkswagen bus has been completely revamped to pay homage to marty mcfly and doc brown from the famous and familiar film franchise. currently on sale in nashville, the back to the future volkswagen van features a ‘working’ flux capacitor (described by doc as ‘what makes time travel possible’) and an accurate recreation the time machine from the original film. driver and passenger doors are custom built gullwing style, sliding open in the air just like the movie’s infamous delorean. 

back to the future volkswagen bus
all images courtesy of velocitymc

 

 

on sale through velocitymc by brian wallin, the ‘back to the future’ styled 1967 volkswagen bus is restored both inside and out. a bold yellow and orange color palette is featured across rear passenger seats, which also enjoy a screen to view movies. quirky technological details are hidden throughout the vehicle, adding to the stylistic cues sourced from the film. 

back to the future volkswagen bus
a 1967 volkswagen bus has been completely revamped to pay homage to marty mcfly and doc brown

back to the future volkswagen bus
the back to the future volkswagen draws stylistic cues from the famous and familiar film franchise

back to the future volkswagen bus
the van is currently on sale in nashville, tennessee 

back to the future volkswagen bus
driver and passenger doors are custom built gullwing style

back to the future volkswagen bus
also inside is an accurate recreation the time machine from the original film

back to the future volkswagen bus
inside the van features a ‘working’ flux capacitor 

back to the future volkswagen bus
quirky technological details are hidden throughout the vehicle

 

  • I don’t know those people but I suspect they have not driven these in the 60’s. Besides, Combis have pretty much run their course. Even in the 60’s they were slow and dangerous. Fancy is only fancy .. and faster is only more dangerous.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Great Kombi!

    JoshK says:

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