Look at this Cushman mini-truck hard at work on the grounds of the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vt. Cushman is an American-based motor company that manufactures golf carts and light-industrial vehicles. Cushman is currently owned by the conglomerate Textron - which is also the parent company of Cessna, Bell Helicopter and AAI (which designs and builds unmanned aircraft for varies armed forces across the globe) - but during the mid 90s, the era from which this vehicle came, Cushman was owned by Ransomes-Jacobsen, a British firm.
Known informally as "white-trucks" these hardy, Mitsubishi-powered mules put out about 75 hp and are rated for loads of up to a ton. It should be noted that the top speed of the Cushman is limited by a governor to 25 mph. Weighing in at 1500 lbs Cushman trucks are very fuel-efficient and could make a great alternative to the gas-hungry pick-ups offered by Chevy, Ford and the rest. Unfortunately, Cushman mini-trucks are not road-legal in the United States or I would acquire one for dump runs, trips to the Home Despot -spelling error intentional- and junk yard raids. Of course, I would remove the governor.