Introducing the Voxmobile Drivable Guitar

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Fitting your car with a high-tech music system for some superb acoustic pleasures seems to be within the reach of every guy in your neighborhood. It’s only when you have your whole vehicle modified in to a mobile music system, you can get eyebrows raised in total admiration! That’s exactly what musical equipment manufacturer Vox did.

Renowned for making the Vox AC30 guitar amplifier, the Vox electric organ, and a series of innovative electric guitars and bass guitars, they approached George Barris to build a Voxmobile guitar auto. Their idea was to fabricate a custom roadster that would function both as a car and as a mobile amplifier, designed to be used for promotional purposes. And their dreams came true with Voxmobile, a vehicle with a Vox guitar silhouette that served as a functioning amp that could support up to 32 guitars, and also featured a working Vox organ in the rear deck.

Besides being a beautiful $30,000 show-stopping roadster, the Voxmobile is a completely functional vehicle in every respect.

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