Oh, that really makes me wish I'd implemented #thumbnail for classifieds. I need to get around to that. reports too.
That really makes me wish that was the van for sale!
nice view from the poopdeck up there.
The lister finally uploaded a picture to craigslist. Nice color. Could use a little work.
@burro...ha, good one...I bet you can really get around in that thing.
"A beautiful blend of Southern California Car and Surf Culture, this hand-painted 1963 220 American Rambler comes from the estate of Mike Marshall by way of the Surfing Heritage Foundation. Mike and his car were both well-known fixtures of the local surf community (Mike apprenticed with Joe Quigg and later became one of the main shapers at Harbour Surfboards, before creating his own line of Marshall boards).
This 1963 Rambler 220 American, 2-door hardtop, flathead V6 has disk brakes and a dual master cylinder. Hand painted and pinstriped by renowned artist Jimmy “C” of Jimmy C Kustoms, this car pays homage to Von Dutch and Big Daddy Ed Roth in its detailed paint job. Southern California car and surf enthusiasts may recognize this car as it has attended a number of local club and car events. Complete with hard-to-find original “aloha” surf racks, this car includes a vintage Hobie "Easter Egg" model surfboard from the archives of the Surfing Heritage Foundation in San Clemente, California. A well-known and respected local surfer, surfboard shaper and surf historian, Mike Marshall was the “Real Deal” in Southern California surfing and surf culture. This was his car—very cool—enough said."