The Dripper-mobile, as it has come to be known, is turning heads in Greenbrier. The 1972 Buick LeSabre belonged to Drippers Vape Shop owner Scout Stubb’s great grandmother before it was turned into a batmobile look-alike that drives around the small town.
The fins, not original to the ’72 Buick, were fashioned by Scout’s dad and friend Ross, welded on, and lit up from inside. The fog machine in the back blows the same vapor cloud that many of Drippers Vape Shop’s customers already exhale, just on a larger scale.
“We plan on driving around town and handing out vape pens and samplers to people at smoker’s poles and encouraging them to pick up a much healthier habit that could one day save their life,” says owner Eric Stubbs. The car has certainly brought a lot of attention parked in front of their store located right next to Wagon Wheel already.
“I’m too pregnant and hot to be driving around in a non-air conditioned car, but we are working on putting in a new A/C and a more modern stereo,” says Scout Stubbs.