VW Van Turned into Tank-Tracked Party House

The Volkswagen Type 2 van, also known as the Bus, the Camper or the Bulli, was a very popular car back in its day and it's still seen as one of the most important cars in the automotive industry, not to mention it's still on sale in Brazil.
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Offered in several version and built in high numbers all over the world, the VW Camper was subjected along the way to some of the most weird modifications.

This "Super Stylish Slope Device" probably would top any auto alteration related list with its tank track rolling DJ booth. And for a price of 60,000 euros, we're talking about some serious beach-tracked-buggy stuff.

The Austrian folks from OAMTC built this contraption sitting a 1966 VW T1 bus body on a 1960 Bombardier B01 Spurgrat's snowmobile tracks, but only after chopping the roof off and welding the front doors to the body (access is made via the passenger side door).

To allow the DJ to get the party started, the Super Stylish Slope Device was also fitted with a pneumatic-powered platform and a 1,000-watt subwoofer, 5-channel Behringer mixer and two Technic turntables. Obviously this ain't no amateur mobile DJ booth.

The whole thing is powered by a V4 Ford Taunus engine and you can see it for yourselves below.

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Ask Ciprian about cars and he'll reveal an obsession with classics and an annoyance with modern design cues. Read his articles and you'll understand why his ideal SUV is the 1969 Chevrolet K5 Blazer.
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