a 1966 21-window Volkswagen Type 2 bus. Abandoned somewhere in the Nevada desert, it was partially stripped and left to rust, then shot up by gun-toting desert wanderers looking for a bit of target practice.
Over 500 rounds pierced the already fragile tin walls of the bus before a member of TheSamba.com, legendary vintage VW forum, put it upon a trailer and drove it 100 miles home. Within about a week kombisutra had installed a front end, transaxle, steering box, steering wheel, and brakes. As the Kombi was missing “virtually everything,” a massive donation effort was started. Seats, windows, electrics, ignition locks, a semi-functioning interior, DMV bribes—parts streamed in from every corner of the country, sent by enthusiasts who probably just wanted to see how far they could take such an improbable machine into the realm of function. And eventually the answer was, all the way
Text from http://hooniverse.com/2011/02/15/the-strange-beautiful-saga-of-the-bullet-bus/
Story from the guy that found it here: http://www.rollingheads.org/rigs/bullet-bus.html