The Seventies are back in style—or did they ever go out of style? This spectacular throwback is the work of Wyoming restorer Legacy Classic Trucks, which had Coachella in mind. We think this 1977 Dodge B100 Tradesman restomod would be right at home at the California festival or anywhere else people like to party. Scroll through for an up-close look at the wealth of period details in this van.
Carter Administration–era color treatment helps this Dodge stand out in a sea of 2023-era gray SUVs.
Legacy Classic Trucks kept the original paint scheme.
The louvered windows are a nice touch.
These windows are a modern addition.
The van gets a lithium battery that is claimed to be able to power the TV, beer cooler, sound system, and A/C for up to two days.
Here's a nice place to listen to the 2000-watt, 18-speaker sound system.
"Period correct" orange shag upholstery is impressive, and that's before you spot the disco ball, leather table, and lava lamp.
VHS tapes can come out of retirement to join the party.
The company is inviting commissions, which start at $45,000. If you don't remember the Seventies but wish you did, here's one way to get back there.
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