YAK Car Pic of the Day
by Jim Corbran - posted 12:01 am, September 11, 2014
Food trucks are all the rage these days. And what could be cooler than a 1962 International-Harvester Metro step van serving up crêpes? I remember these old Metros roaming our neighborhood when I was a kid, delivering all kinds of things door-to-door. This body style of the Metro was in production from 1938 to 1964, and was designed by Raymond Loewy, who also famously penned the shapes of many Studebakers, the Coke bottle, and the old Lucky Strike cigarette package. This Metro was spotted at the Labor Day car show at Tonawanda’s Niawanda Park, serving-up Cruisin’ Crêpes.
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