1959 International Harvester Metro mighty mite van
1959 International Harvester Metro mighty mite van, originally from right here in central oregon, the crooked river ranch, see decals. This would make a great company van for weddings, beer truck, pizza delivery, possibilities are endless. It is all original and complete. Does not currently run but we can do that for additional fees. It is a 4 cylinder, with a 3 on the tree. Very simple, basic and reliable. These are getting very hard to find, especially the shorter wheelbase ones.
The International Metro Van
The International Metro Van, made by International Harvester, is a step van, also known as walk-in or multi-stop delivery truck. This vehicle type was one of the earlier, mass-produced forward control vehicles, once commonly used for milk or bakery delivery, as well as ambulance services, mobile offices, and radio transmitter vans. Typically, they were 1/2-, 3/4-, or 1-ton panel trucks that allowed the driver to stand or sit while driving the vehicle.
Variations included a passenger bus called a Metro Coach, a Metro partial cab-chassis with front-end sections (for end-user customization), and a cab-over truck called a "walk-in cab". The truck (also called a chassis cab) variation could be configured with a separate box or container for cargo transport or left open to be fitted with other equipment such as a compactor for a garbage truck or a stake bed.