Travels, all-day parties, hanging out, love, flowers in your hair, guitars, freedom – associations when we think of the sixties and of the hippie culture. Exactly what this first generation Volkswagen Transporter I (1950–1967), better known as a hippie van, symbolizes. The hippies couldn’t do without it, because it was big enough to drive a larger group of people, sleeping as needed, and at the same time easy to maintain. It was adored by the younger generations because it was ideal for going to festivals, anti-war protests, or just traveling around the country. Going to Woodstock without it was unthinkable.
No need to talk to you about its performance and features, because it was never about that. It is about a ride with friends along the California coast, rebellion, and wind in the hair. The psychedelic, boho-style breezy colors adorned its exterior, as an expression of unrestrainedness and unconventionality. Maybe that’s why it always turns out so well in Instagram photos. Gather the crew and embark on an authentic boho adventure!