Nothing beats a ragtop vintage tourbus for kitsch appeal! Sentimentality galore imagining so many thousands of happy families exploring the US National Park System for the first time. Yellowstone was the first park to be designated — and is enormous to behold. Great to have such roomy seating, big windows and of course that open roof. Open to big blue skies all day and starry heavens at night. And the doors! The entire passenger side of the bus opens with quadruple limo exits.
The delightfully Art Deco touches of this bus’s design are what make it a real showstopper. Here’s hoping it finds a fun new destination to call home.
With a pricing estimate of about $40,000, this slice of Americana seems just about perfect.
1937 White Model 706 Yellowstone Park Tour Bus by Bender
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