The NPR ECO-MAX will support Antique Archeology’s founder and owner, famed ‘picker’ Mike Wolfe, as he scours the country looking for valuable treasures from America’s past. The vehicle will be used to store Wolfe’s finds and deliver them to Antique Archeology’s two locations.
“Mike Wolfe and his team at Antique Archeology have dedicated their lives to finding and preserving the artifacts that tell the story of our nation and our people,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. “We are thrilled that the NPR ECO-MAX will provide Antique Archeology with a fuel-efficient, rugged, reliable way to transport their discoveries.”
Fans of Antique Archeology will be able to track Wolfe and the Isuzu NPR ECO-MAX; Wolfe will post pictures from his travels on his Facebook pages and will tweet his current and upcoming locations via his Twitter feeds. Updates and photos will also appear on Isuzu Commercial Truck’s Facebook page.