You can now own this famous St. Cloud van. It gained notoriety when it was parked along Highway 10 near Rice this summer. It's for sale and can be yours for a cool $1,000, according to the Facebook listing.

The van has attracted a lot of attention because of its unique design. It's actually two front ends of different vans stuck together. It looks completely bizarre but also super cool at the same time. It's definitely eye catching.

It's left several people with many questions. Abbey Minke from 98.1 Minnesota's New Country wrote an article about it titled, "This Car On HWY 10 Near Rice Makes My Brain Hurt'. She desperately wanted to know what happened to the middles and back ends of these vehicles. We may never know...unless you buy the van.

Janet Rothstein commented on the Facebook listing, "It looks like an Uncle Louie creation. Does it drive in circles?" We're all wondering the same thing, Janet!

Sam Vandenheuvel wrote, "This has always been a fun sight to see along hwy 10". We agree, Sam!

There's something about this van that makes me want to buy it and drive it down the road. Now, we're not sure it's legal to drive on the street (we're pretty sure it's not). It might freak some people out or make them question if they're driving in the right direction.

But, the person listing the vehicle for sale mentioned it would be a great vehicle to have in a Minnesota parade! That's just genius. Think of how neat it would look and all of the different ways you could dress this thing up in a parade!

For those wondering, it does drive and it just needs a gas tank.

If you're interested in buying this famous double van you can reach out to the owner by calling 320-249-4485.

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