Look at this charming old 1948 Panhard truck illustration and tell me it doesn’t seem like the very vehicle that supplied noted angry gorilla Donkey Kong with his supply of barrels to fling at young Jumpman, later to legally change his name to Mario, on that famous construction site. It’s not entirely clear what was in those barrels at a construction site, anyway. Nails? Rivets? Salt pork? I can’t say I’ve noticed a lot of barrels at construction sites in general. Oil/fuel drums, maybe.
Anyway, Panhard made some appealing old trucks, and I adore this old illustration style, so I hope you can enjoy it as well. Hope your weekend is full of security, silence, visibility, loge-ability (?), comfort, and accessibility, like the triangles say.