Flxible Bus/Motorhome Conversation – Weird Stuff Wednesday

It’s that time again to highlight some of our favorite finds on Carsforsale.com. This week, we have a Flxible Bus motorhome conversion, a Dodgem Bumper Car, and Checker Taxicab – Weird Stuff Wednesday!

1945 Flxible Bus

Where ya headed? Fill up the 100-gallon gas tank and hit the road! A one-of-a-kind conversion, this 1945 Flxible Bus has been converted into quite a cool looking motorhome. With new two-tone paint job, custom chrome rims, new radial tires, power windows, refrigerator, sink, flat screen TV and generator – you have all you need to travel in comfort and style.

1945 Flxible Bus

Dodgem Bumper Car

Running into another car is never as fun as it is when you’re in a “Dodgem.” Bumper cars had their heyday from the late 1920s through the 1950s. Loads of fun, this particular bumper car has been retired for two years and hails from Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio.

Dodgem Bumper Car

1970 Checker Marathon Cab

When you think of flagging down a taxi cab in a big city, the Checker Marathon usually comes to mind. Checker Marathons were produced between 1961 and 1982 by the Checker Motors Corporation of Kalamazoo, Michigan. This four-door with a Chevy V6 is in great shape and waiting for you to take your friends for a ride.

1970 Checker Marathon Cab

Honorable Mention

This week, a 1965 Rolls Royce British Tank Fv 432 was marked sold and driven away by a happy Carsforsale.com customer. 10 “cool” points to you!

1965 Rolls Royce British Tank

 

Notice any fun vehicles on Carsforsale.com this week? Drop a link in the comments!