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"It was anti-style, anti-success, and rebellious in a totally new way."Popular comedian and actor Gabriel Iglesias is a microbus fanatic who owns 20 of them.

"It's always going to be attached to the 1960s and have that free love, hippie influence," says Iglesias. The bus character Filmore in the movie is very much a [representation] of that."The VW microbus was great at many things, but keeping up with traffic wasn't one of them.

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Fifty years on, their footprints can still be traced everywhere from Spain to the Himalayas and Indonesia.

In the early Sixties, the concept of a “Hippie Trail” stretching east from western Europe – a path along which curious souls could make new discoveries – began to take hold.

One of the world's most recognizable and beloved vehicles, the slab-sided VW was sold in America for 41 years and over three generations until the very last ones—the more modern water-cooled Vanagon—left our shores in 1991.

The earliest first-generation split-windscreen models, dating from 1950 to 1967 have become the most iconic and cherished by collectors.

At the North American International Auto Show in January, the company showed the world a very handsome and production-feasible microbus concept—the all-electric I. Part of the microbus genius lies in its cab-over configuration.

There is no engine and hood sticking out past the windshield.

Values of desirable models like the Samba, with skylight roof windows and a large cloth sunroof, have risen to supercar levels.

VW knows the classic microbus is having a bit of a moment right now. If bus fans have their way, we might see a version of this electric vehicle in VW dealerships soon, reinventing this icon of simplicity for a new century.

Earlier this year The New York Times, in a piece about veganism’s inexorable rise, stated: “The Hippies Have Won”.

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