Most beer delivery trucks these days are your standard box-shaped affair with the brand's logo printed on the side and perhaps an image of a cool beer or two to top off the genericism.
Now, as a reminder of a day-gone-by that this author never even knew existed, an elaborately quirky Miller lite beer delivery truck has popped up on Facebook Marketplace for the tidy sum of $2,500.
Definitely a fixer-upper
While the truck — listed here on Facebook Marketplace — is certainly pretty rough around the edges, it's going for a pretty good price and may well make a fun nostalgia-driven passion project for whoever snaps it up.
The vehicle started out as a 1982 Ford Econoline dually with a cutaway chassis, which Miller adapted to have a six pack-shaped refrigeration unit.
The listing is certainly lite on details (sorry) as there's no mention of what engine and transmission make up this Ford truck's powertrain, though the seller does state that the vehicle's odometer reads 34,636 miles (55,741 km).
'A diamond in the rough'
"This one won't last long! Call today," the seller says in the listing with the same pep we'd imagine out of someone selling a Miller lite beer straight out of the truck's window.
The truck is listed in St. Joseph, Missouri, and is described in the listing as being a real "diamond in the rough" — an apt description seeing as it doesn't run currently.
It certainly wouldn't be an easy project to take on to make this work, though it would certainly make any owner the talk of the town — whether that's in a good or a bad way, we let you decide.
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