Randy Grubb is the mastermind and metalsmith behind a series of beautiful V-12-powered roadsters using bespoke aluminum bodywork. He garnered a lot of attention for building the oversized “Tank Car” that caught the eye of Jay Leno, who famously purchased the 1800-cubic-inch, air-cooled cruiser. Grubb’s Grants Pass, Oregon, shop has also spawned some two-wheeled runabouts that he calls Decopods, each wearing a handmade aluminum body. And his newest project, the Magic Bus, is a direct descendent from his DecoLiner, a double-decker RV built from a GMC motorhome chassis.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/01/24/randy-grubbs-magic-bus