Colorful glassware, a chrome-legged couch and Japanese pants were some of the items being resold at U-Mall, a market held out of a moving truck.
Glancing inside the back of the 15-foot U-Haul truck parked near McCarren Park in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn on Sunday, you might think someone had moved in.
There was a chrome-legged couch placed in front of a decorative folding screen. A blue Persian-style area rug covered the floor; shelves filled with graphic T-shirts and colorful glassware sat on one side of the truck; and a clothing rack stuffed with vests, skirts and jackets lined the opposite side.
But what appeared to be a shoebox-sized studio was
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