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Only in Colorado: Hippie-friendly bus on sale for 2.5 pounds of pot

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We recently noted the budding of "free" marijuana deals on Denver Craigslist, with folks frequently offering cannabis in exchange for a donation or as a bonus for the purchase of another item.

But such proposals aren't the only kind of weed-related deals on the site.

Here's a memorable example: An advertiser is offering to swap what looks from photos below to be a great hippie bus for two-and-a-half pounds of pot.

Here's the text for the ad:

Selling my 25 ft Blue Bird bus. Currently living in it hooked up to electricity at a friends house, wanting to buy my own. You can come by for a test drive or to look at it just call or text. Wanting to trade for 2.5 lbs of marijuana or 5k cash. Or maybe partial trade for classic VW. Contact for more info.

We're not sure if the items inside the vehicle are included, but they include a rainbow coffee mug and a kettle emblazoned with a sticker that reads, "The Magic Bus."

Only in Colorado. Look below to see more photos from the post:

Continue for more photos of a bus on sale at Denver Craigslist for two-and-a-half pounds of pot. Continue for more photos of a bus on sale at Denver Craigslist for two-and-a-half pounds of pot. Continue for more photos of a bus on sale at Denver Craigslist for two-and-a-half pounds of pot.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Marijuana archive: "Photos: 'Free' marijuana deals budding on Denver Craigslist."

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