This Weird Looking Vehicle With A Stripper Pole Inside Is Up Grabs!
It also comes with unathletic, oddly-bolted wing doorsby Sidd Dhimaan, on
This old, strange-looking bus that exudes teen spirit, thanks to its fancy butterfly-doors and customization within, has surfaced at an auction. The vehicle is a late 90s born Muack MSV 1120S, manufactured by the now-defunct custom vehicle manufacturer, Mauch Special Vehicles based out of Worthington, Ohio.
This Is A Cross-Breed
The MSV 1120S, which looks like an enlarged Toyota LiteAce, is a limited edition vehicle, if you may.
Only about 100 units were made before the company went out of business.
What’s special about the MSV 1120S is that it is built from a number of components from at least five different automakers. It has the driving lights borrowed from a Dodge Viper, headlights from a Ford Aeromax, and the taillights of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. The car has butterfly-shaped wing doors and comprises of 21 panes of glass all around its body. The windshield is ripped off from a Toyota Previa, and 13 of the panes are laminated safety glass.
Low Mileage For A Car This Old
It is quite long, with the wheelbase standing at 144 inches.
It also received 16-inch wheels a few years back. The powertrain is a General Motors-sourced 7.4-liter, V-8 engine. An automatic transmission sends power to the rear wheels via a Ford nine-inch differential. It has 49,000 miles on the odometer.
Where The Fun Lies
Coming to the most important section, the rear compartment has two sets of seats – a pair of benches facing each other and one set placed in ‘U’ shape.
The seating is plush, and the whole area offers a lot of creature comforts, like a Vizio HDTV, a sound system, and lighting system with lasers and strobe lights. Confused why it has lasers inside? That’s because there is also stripper pole mounted in the middle of the compartment. This doesn’t look like a family vehicle whatsoever, but the previous owner has different things to say. He commented on the Bring A Trailer auction page, "We used it for few trips with family and friends, and we loved it, especially the kids."
It looks like the vehicle moved from kid-friendly to adult-friendly recently as the seats look quite new for such an old vehicle.
If you want to buy this vehicle, you can join the auction that ends this coming Friday.
The bid currently stands at $3,100. If you bring this home, do share the pictures with us and let us know how you convinced your family to go for it! Until then, you can leave your thoughts in the comments section below.