…at least for those of us who grew up in the sixties, seventies and eighties.
(Note: no images or “proof”; just your guesses)
Do you mean ‘Furthur?” Are you from Wichita?
You guys are funny
It was originally called Further. Somehow later it got changed to Furthur. But its official name is Further. Which is supported by the fact that the reproduction bus built by the Keyseys is called Further.
The original bus had a Furthur sign for a while, but that seems to have been a temporary phase. But either name is correct.
My full story on Further here: https://www.curbsideclassic.com/curbside-classics-american/curbside-classic-1947-international-bus-further-ken-keseys-merry-prankster-mobiles/
Link appears to be dead. Did find a google cache of the page though.
You mean ‘Furthur?’
Russian ICBM carrier?
Bookmobile, taken with a Kodak Mini-Instamatic S30?
I was going to say bookmobile or ice cream truck
Could be anything from a garbage truck to a towing machine. The camouflage appearing paint scheme has me stymied.
My guess would be a school bus
Boy Scout bus 🙂
I’m putting my dime on mobile television broadcasting.
On second thought, that doesn’t fit the described timeline.
Well it ain’t the bus from “Magical Mystery Tour”, but I’m still leaning towards British. Other than that, I got nuthin’
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