Monday, September 04, 2017

One of the most unconventional food-trucks in Brazil

I saw it a few times in Florianópolis, capital of Santa Catarina state. I have no clue how the driver is able to look around while driving, but it does drive. I took this picture in the Pantanal neighborhood, but I have seen it before in Rio Tavares. It's been built around a Ford Corcel, which is a local derivative of the Renault 12 that was under development when Ford purchased the assets of Willys-Overland, which represented Renault interests in Brazil.
Picture merely illustrative

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