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  • So that’s how you get the kids in there…

  • Knew a kid in elementary school whose parents had this. I always wanted rides in their van. At least in theirs it had special controller wiring so you plugged in controllers near the back seat instead of having them hanging down from the top.

    Best giant van ever.

  • Molestation jokes aside – airbrush a wolf pack on the side of that mofo, toss in a waterbed and you’ll get more ass than you can handle.

  • Cool – CRT TV.

  • Damn 90’s rich kids

  • dude you could things with that

  • That would be annoying having controller cables hanging from the top

  • West Coast Customs?

  • I’m still waiting for the Raspberry Pi post on r/diy about how somebody has put the ultimate NES/SNES in the back seat for themselves while they make their newly licensed kids drive them around places and to take this thing to the next level.

  • Oh man, this is bringing back the feels. I used to carpool to school with my friends family in a van like that and we would watch movies (over the course of days) and play 4 player N64 games like Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Mario Kart and others. So many fond memories.

  • Now, I want you to be honest, OP. I promise we won’t be mad.

    …Was that decal there when the van was built?

  • Is that a TMC modification?

  • That’s a thoughtful sign for potential thieves

  • What kind of van?

  • Now I’m curious how it looks from the outside.

  • We had that nearly the exact van growing up, and then I got it to drive in high school. The back seat turned into a bed…the looks on fathers faces when they saw me pick up their daughter in that van. Priceless.

  • As any medium of transportation should.

  • I need to look for mine loved super mario world on that thing!!! That’s like my primary console. (Only 25… 🤤).

  • I don’t know if this one is from there but they used to make them in Warsaw Indiana. It was made by a company called Explorer van which is basically just semi luxury for the time Ford vans

  • So put some Super Nintendo Land tickets in there when that finishes, and set up the kids/spouse/whatever to find them.

  • I remember that! Our youth group rented one of those to go to FLA one summer back in the early 90s. We were already on the road when the youth counselor let us know about it.

  • does it have “free candy” spray painted on the side too?

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