Charles Jones of Washington D.C. is a die-hard Redskins fan and his custom van definitely shows it. When Jones purchased his 2001 Ford E150, he was homeless and it was boring. He decided that the van would be his flag and that he needed people to notice it so that he could get the help he needed as a homeless veteran. Over time, the van was slowly transformed into the decked out Redskins machine that you see above.
Jones told the Washington Post that people would follow him around and request that he add names to the van of the great players and coaches from the team's history. More people began to notice the van and a few even contributed signatures to its interior and body, including legendary quarterback Joe Theismann. Jones got the help he deserved because of the attention from the van, moved into an apartment, and found a job.
Charles Jones now has to sell his van to raise money for himself and his family, but says that it will be hard to see it go. Without the van and the work that he put into it, he would still be homeless and may have fallen back into drug addiction. If you're looking for a dope van with only 141,400 miles on it, Jones is asking $12,000 or best offer. Check out the Craigslist ad here, you could be changing a life.