either VW buses or ford vans.
The enclosed area is secure,
one of the excuses for hauling
a couple hundred pounds of random junk,
months after a project is finished.
Vans are easy to haul around family,
friends and in the old days a dog or two.
We did have a little Mazda b2200 for a year,
but a neighbor snatched it up in a weak moment.
When the van crapped out months back,
a friend Sloppy offered up his truck,
a beat extra-cab lowered Toyota.
and the van was running by the time he dropped it off.
I had driven in it before,
and there's a definite difference between
A 200+K mile one ton van,
and a 200+K mile mini truck,
some positive and some negative.
I can see why people love these little haulers.
The gas savings alone is convenient,
as 2 gallons can last a couple days,
instead of maybe one day.
Jaxon is considering this or a similar one
as his first car.
there are guys that comment on this thing all the time.
Maybe it's the fancy wire wheels.
One thing we haven't loaded yet,
is a lawn-mower.