A Very Short Late Night Adventure (and a DOTS)
The thumbnail is a cat I saw while eating a Taco Bell grilled cheese burrito, though it's low quality because the cat was far away. Now I kind of want a cat... anyway.
CarsOfFortLangley and WhoIsTheLeader made me realize I hadn't gone on a pleasure cruise for a while. So I took my favorite three-lane cruising route, roads that aren't packed at night and allow me to go 30 in a 45 without people blasting past me at 60 (because that's what most Floridians do on dark, empty, open roads).
All I really did was listen to music and sing along, but it really wiped me out (in a good way). I want to drive to the beach one day, but I have no reason to go to the beach, and I don't want to go to the beach anyway.
One last thing:
Spotted this really cool looking van, wanted to know if any of you Oppos knew anything about it off the top of your heads before I look up more info about it on the Google machine.
All I know is that the badge on the front says DIVCO. That's it. And that would be the first thing I search.
I look forward to reading all your knowledge in the morning, but I'm really really tired and need to pass out.
WhoIsTheLeader last edited by
Glad I convinced you to get out and enjoy yourself. . . . somehow, since I don't remember doing it.
Didn't you blur out your license plate in the TSX review video? Because that ain't blurred out. No points for consistency.
Huh, DIVCO is pretty obscure. Detroit Industrial Vehicles Company. They mostly produced that model for dairy distributors. Many of them had standing controls for the driver to get in and out tons of times to deliver milk and other dairy products to your door. It's a pretty interesting vehicle, especially if it has the standing controls.
Longtime Lurker last edited by
Google is saying Divco 374 milkvan.
Shop-Teacher last edited by
Sounds like a good evening.
@whoistheleader I blurred it out in the videos to look more professional, but truth be told, it's probably out there somewhere already. The age of the internet amirite?
At first glance, it did remind me of an old milk van, though it had seats, so it'd be ill-advised to stand up while operating it haha. The sliding doors are neat too, kind of like the ones on a school bus.
WhoIsTheLeader last edited by
@taylor-martin Oh, so it was the less common conventional seated driving position model. At least that's the impression I got. Pretty unique and uncommon vehicle. You won't be finding another one of those around in all likelihood. I presume it is used by the restaurant for catering and events.
@whoistheleader The place is a little dessert shop (a feminine dessert shop as they like to advertise it), so I could only imagine they pack the truck with treats and ship it somewhere else. Very modern. Very chic. It's a little odd that an old milk truck is their promotional vehicle, though I suppose it's cheaper than a super luxurious Mercedes van and prettier than your standard food truck.