Does this have something to do with Bull Dawg (as in a fashionably named bull dog)? The dog conjures up imaginings of a loyal stalwart, not looking anywhere near as tough as its owner would like it to be but, when push comes to shove, will go out of its way to deliver the goods. It should therefore come as no surprise to learn that many Metropolitans have survived to this late into the twenty first century, right since the time its grandfather 1956 Metropolitan was first produced and put to work on its native roads.
The Bull Dawg Metropolitan is just one of a few that have been added to the collection over the years. Men are driving these cars not so much because they have to but because they love to. And yes, there will be some old stalwarts out there that are still being put to work. Just imagine what an impact it makes to a business. A bakery or delicatessen store for instance. Or a florist making house calls. Or, what else, you come up with your own ideas. Go online to find out more about this classic car that, who knows, could even be turned into a hot rod on four wheels.
But to make that happen, some dude in his garage, somewhere in the world, is going to have to come right back to the original garage that is supplying all Metropolitan car owners with its unique brand of nash metropolitan parts. As things stand now this extensive inventory has been further expanded to include custom made parts for the Bull Dawg Metropolitan. The parts are all exclusively made and need to meet demanding standards of quality and fitment. The origination of this garage makes for an inspiring read.
Any enthusiast with a specific interest in the classic car genre should take delight in the story on what happened next after the garage owner bought his first Metropolitan way back in the sixties when he was still a teenager. Was he rebellious? That’s left for you to find out, and it could depend on your knowledge and appreciation of the legacy of the Metropolitan.