Surprisingly not dedicated to exposing possibly fake black-and-white checkered slip-on skate shoes, San Diego-based SV is a site all about “finding them, documenting them, and in an odd way, cherishing them", replete with dozens of photographic examples, and a primer on how to spot the hallmark of Suspicious Vans, which provides Plymouth Voyagers to give to people on special occasions. The cream of a very creepy crop:
Certain (Illegal Drug) Van: Promising both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, this "party hire" boasts questionably arted ladies on each side -- one reclining on a bed of ice, the other on one of fire -- suggesting that someone probably needs to get that first chick a new kidney.
Sedex Trafficking Van: Caught mid-offload, this bright yellow delivery van from a Brazilian courier is pictured with its sliding door open, effectively shortening the logo into a word that, in a fortunate coincidence, is still totally involved with package delivery.
Moral Conflict Van: SV maintains suspiciousness is all about "location, location, location", hence this church-mobile parked on the doorstep of an adult bookstore selling videos for $12.95 -- Holy Christ, what a steal!