Randy Grubb's Magic Bus

This awesome vehicle is the work of automotive artist Randy Grubb. The look of the Magic Bus was inspired by the Jupiter 2's transport tube in the TV show Lost in Space. The bus was publicly unveiled at the 70th Annual Grand National Roadster Show in January. As you might have guessed, it is a seamless masterpiece on the outside, and a Frankenstein's monster of various components on the inside.

The 1960s Haight-Ashbury inspired bus incorporates the nose of a 1947 Divco truck, America’s iconic milk truck, and a 23-window Volkswagen Kombi van. The chassis is from a 1973 GMC motorhome and the vehicle is powered by a 455 Olds engine. Grubb fashioned the front bumpers from those of a ’49 Plymouth and a ’57 Corvette, while the rear is styled after the ’59 VW bus bumpers.

See an entire gallery of Magic Bus images, including the interior, at Hot Rod Network. -via Everlasting Blort

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