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AIR STREAM COFFEE CAFE 70000 down owner will carry to established business

For sale is a vintage 1964 Airstream Sovereign Land Yacht that has been converted to a coffee establishment. The unit has been fully remodeled, from the lugs nuts on the wheels to the a/c unit on top. There is a 30" x 65" serving hatch. All the electrical wiring is new and includes 12v, 110v, and 220v. The interior has been designed as a cafe using items such as reclaimed wood, solid maple cabinet doors and marmoleum counter tops with aluminum edging. The design is very spacious and very detailed. There is bench seating in the front waiting area. The shop is turn key and all equipment, branding (website, social media pages, graphics, photography, etc) is included. This is a one of a kind Airstream with no other Airstream having as much interior design as this one. This is truly a destination attraction. With the flip of a switch, this Airstream can have an immediate impact on any coffee scene - no waiting for a build out. Here's a chance to own the only one of its kind. The Airstream: -Polished exterior -Polished aluminum LP tanks -LP pipes and valves throughout -Safety glass all around, including a jalousie window. Designed to match the Airstream's exterior ($19K) -Mazzer Kony grinder -Baratza Virtuoso Grinders (2) -Pour over equipment (Chemex beakers, Bona Vita kettles, etc) -French press equipment -Yama 8 cup cold brew tower -Barista tools (pitchers, Reg Barber tamper, canvas aprons, scales, etc) -Porcelain and glassware -Beverage-Air under-counter refrigerator -Espresso Parts 24" rinser -Vitamix T&G 2 blender -Square POS stand w/ iPad, receipt printer and cash drawer -Hand made reclaimed wood sidewalk chalkboard signs (2) * The Airstream was completely gutted and rebuilt in the first half of 2014 and everything in this list, including the equipment, was brand new in the first half of 2014.

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Check out some of the most iconic vehicles people convert and use as food trucks

What Vehicles Are Used for Food Trucks?

When I think of food trucks, the phase planes trains and automobiles spring to mind.

This is because if it has wheels or can be moved people will convert it into a mobile catering unit to serve food from.

But what are some types of trucks used for food trucks?

Well, the best types of vehicle people use for a food truck are ones that are often vintage and unique looking such as the VW Bettle Bus, Citroen H van or Airstreams.

But there are many more iconic vehicles you will see on the food truck scene.

In this article I’ve have put together 12 of the most popular vehicles used as food trucks.


Different types of food trucks

1. Ford Stepvan (UPS truck)

Types of vehicles used for food trucks

You have probably seen a lot of these type of vans in your neighbourhood especially if you live in the US.

These are normally used for commercial activities by parcel delivery companies such as UPS and Fed-ex.

The 1971 models are very popular for food truck conversions as they are very spacious.

Where to buy second hand:

My Little Salesman

Where to get converted:

Prestige Food Trucks

Dimensions:

18 ft. long x 7.5 ft Width x 9’6 ft. high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$12500 – $31000

2. Citroen H Vans

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Citroen H Van

Citroen H vans are old French panel vans which were in production between 1941 and 1981

They have become very popular over the last 10 years or so, especially in the UK. They have a vintage look and appeal to them and are definitely eye acting when they have been converted into a food truck.

Where to buy second hand:

ebay

Where to get converted:

Vintage Food Trucks

Dimensions (standardvan):

Length – 4.2m

Width –  2.0m

Height – 2.3m 

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$4000 – $25000

3. Horse Boxes

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Horsebox

As the name suggests horsebox trailers were used to transport horses and are now being converted into all type of mobile catering units.

They are often converted into mobile coffee or alcohol bars and are very popular at weddings and private events.

Where to buy second hand:

eBay

Where to get converted:

Tudor Trailers

Dimensions:

11ft x 5ft

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$1200 – $15000


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4. School buses

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - School bus

American style school buses are now starting to pop up in the food truck scene.

The yellow bodywork makes this sort of truck very eyecatching and they also offer a lot of space when converted for prepping, cooking and serving food.

Where to buy second hand:

American Bus

Where to get converted:

Prestige Food Trucks

Dimensions:

2.59 m wide 13.7 m. long

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$10.000 to $50.000

5. Airstreams

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Air stream

I have to say these of one of my favourite vehicles used for food trucks.

These iconic American trailers have been produced since the 1930s by an American company and originally used as travel trailers.

But like a lot of unique looking vehicles airstream trailers are also being converted into food trucks and food trailers.

Where to buy second hand:

RV’s Autotrader

Where to get converted:

Food Truck Builders of Pheonix

Size:

2.5 m wide x 8.25 long

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$15000 – $93000


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6. Caravans

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Caravan

Vintage or retro caravans are another popular type of vehicle that is being converted and used as food trucks.

They are relatively small which makes them easy to tow and store compared to some other types of vehicles used for food trucks.

Vintage caravans are recently cheap to buy second hand.

Where to buy second hand:

eBay

Where to get converted:

Caged Crow Customs

Dimensions:

12.6ft long x 6.6ft Wide x 7.7ft high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$1200 – $9000


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7. VW Beetle

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - VW Bettle

This iconic VW bus, officially known as Volkswagen type 2 andproduced by VW (Volkswagen) in the 1950s. It was originally made for camping and light commercial use.

Now they are a popular vehicle for the street food aficionado and converted into things as mobile bars and coffee shops.

Where to buy second hand:

eBay

Where to get converted:

Vintage Food Trucks

Dimensions:

14ft long x 5.5ft wide x 6.3ft high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$20,000 – $40,000


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8. Peugeot J9

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Peugeot J9

This type of van was produced by Peugeot in French and Turkey for around 10 years between 1981 and 1991.

I haven’t seen many of these types of vans around on the food truck scene, but the ones I have certainly stand out. And because of this, it makes the Peugeot J9 a unique choice for a food truck.

Where to buy second hand:

Car & Classic

Where to get converted:

Vintage Food Trucks

Dimensions:

15ft long x 6.6ft wide x 7.5ft heigh

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$2500 – $12500

9. Piaggio Ape

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Piaggio Ape

The Piaggio Ape is a 3wheeled light commercial scooter that is produced by an Italian company and has been in continuous production since 1948. Its compact size helps to navigate Italy’s narrow streets and are also used as pop-up market stalls

They are a popular choice for converting to sell products that don’t need a great deal of space to prep and produce such as coffee and sandwiches.

This is because they are very quite small in comparison to most other food truck conversions out there.

Where to buy second hand:

Reezo Car

Where to get converted:

Piaggio Ape by Tukxi

Dimensions:

8.1ft long x 4.1ft wide x 5ft heigh

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$2000 – $7000

10. Shipping container

Shipping containers are used to transport goods all around the world. Not exactly a vehicle but more of a mobile unit, people are finding all type of uses for shipping containers from homes to office use.

They are also being converted into mobile food units by being welded onto the back of trucks (see image). There are also being used as a fixed location restaurant.

Where to buy second hand:

Ebay

Where to get converted:

Loki Box Design

Dimensions: 2 x sizes

20ft long x 8ft wide x 8.5ft high

40ft long x 8ft wide x 8.5ft high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$2300 – $6000

11. Tuk Tuk Taxi

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Tuk tuk taxi

Tuk Tuks, also known as auto rickshaw, are taxis which take people all around bustling cities in South-East Asia.

If you have ever been to Thailand or India you would have no doubt seen or ridden in one of these.

As of 2019, Bajaj Auto of Pune in India is the largest manufacturer of tuk-tuks in the world.

Where to buy second hand:

Tuk Shop

Where to get converted:

Tuk Shop

Dimensions:

10ft long x 4ft wide x 6.3ft high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$170 – $800 (imported from India)

12. Planes

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - WWII plane

I’ve saved the most unique vehicle conversion to last. If it has wheels or can be towed then someone out there is going to convert it into a food truck or mobile catering unit.

Granted you will probably not see one of these and as they are very bespoke, but if you do it will no doubt grab your attention.

The picture above is of an old DC-3 WW2 aeroplane converted into a food truck which is situated at Aeronautical Museum in Compton, California

Where to buy second hand:

Trade a Plane

Where to get converted:

Check with food truck manufacturers

Dimensions:

63.8ft long x 95.50ft wide (including wingspan) x 7ft high

Second-hand Price (not including conversion):

$15000 (approx)


Other types of mobile catering units

Here are a few other popular types of mobile catering units that you will no doubt see on the food truck scene at events, festivals or street food markets.

Catering trailers

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - catering trailers

Food carts / Pushcarts

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - food cart

Catering Pods

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Catering pods

Shepard huts

Types of vehicles used for food trucks - Sheppard huts

Final thoughts

If you are on this article because you are in the early stages of starting a food truck business and are deciding on what type of food truck to buy then there are a few things to consider.

Make sure you choose the vehicle meets your space requirements, such as adequate surface space to prep and cook food.

You also want a truck that is eye-catching and pretty unique. This will help you draw in the customers and stand out amongst the other food trucks.

Remember choosing the best vehicle for a food truck will be the biggest and more important purchase for your business.

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We love trucks. Big trucks, small trucks, work trucks and play trucks, there is a place and a purpose for each and every one of them. However, there might be no higher calling for a truck than to bring that most essential of basic human needs: love? What? No. Food!

Trucks have been bringing food to the masses since, well, I don’t know when, but that’s not why we’re here. Forget history, we were wondering which bold chefs went above and beyond the simple, utilitarian food truck and brought character, comedy and quirkiness to the food truck experience, so without further ado, here are our favourite food trucks from around the world.

Maximus / Minimus

Okay, let’s start with a guy who went whole hog to bring delicious porky treats to the streets of Seattle, a hotbed of travelling culinary attractions. As you’d expect, the main attraction, after the pointy-eared, Mad Maxified oinker on wheels (with the oh-so-aproppriate SOMEPIG license plate) is porky goodness in the form of pulled pork sandwiches. Maximus / Minimus Food Truck

Okay, let’s start with a guy who went whole hog to bring delicious porky treats to the streets of Seattle, a hotbed of travelling culinary attractions. As you’d expect, the main attraction, after the pointy-eared, Mad Maxified oinker on wheels (with the oh-so-aproppriate SOMEPIG license plate) is porky goodness in the form of pulled pork sandwiches.

Horny Pig

While we’re on the pig bandwagon, here is our runner-up in the pig truck category, though this one was simply a Fiat Multipla converted to advertising vehicle to promote chicken. Just kidding, it was to promote ham, or perhaps for an animal feed company. But really, who cares, what is that pig doing to the poor vehicle? Fiat Multipla Pig truck

While we’re on the pig bandwagon, here is our runner-up in the pig truck category, though this one was simply a Fiat Multipla converted to advertising vehicle to promote chicken. Just kidding, it was to promote ham, or perhaps for an animal feed company. But really, who cares, what is that pig doing to the poor vehicle?

Intelligentsia

While not as crazy as a giant, pig-shaped truck, Intelligentsia scores big points for fitting into its environment, hip, trendy downtown Manhattan, serving up coffee just outside the swank High Line Hotel at the corner of 10<sup>th</sup> Ave and 20<sup>th</sup> St. Starting with a 1967 Citroen HY Van, its designers retrofitted the interior to house a full barista bar and service counter. And painted it black, of course. Intelligentsia Citroen HY Coffee Truck

While not as crazy as a giant, pig-shaped truck, Intelligentsia scores big points for fitting into its environment, hip, trendy downtown Manhattan, serving up coffee just outside the swank High Line Hotel at the corner of 10th Ave and 20th St. Starting with a 1967 Citroen HY Van, its designers retrofitted the interior to house a full barista bar and service counter. And painted it black, of course.

Flocky’s Shaved Ice

Also in the converted French truck category, this flavoured shaved-ice vendor truck manages to make it work in the small confines of this old Renault Estafette delivery trucklet, making the most of the small space. I got a chance to sample the treats from this one myself, refreshing us trackside at the launch of the <a href=2017 Audi R8 in Portimao, Portugal." width="620" height="413" data-id="95048" rel="95048"> Renault Estafette Flocky's Shaved Ice truck

Also in the converted French truck category, this flavoured shaved-ice vendor truck manages to make it work in the small confines of this old Renault Estafette delivery trucklet, making the most of the small space. I got a chance to sample the treats from this one myself, refreshing us trackside at the launch of the 2017 Audi R8 in Portimao, Portugal.

The Banh Mi Shop

And because we have a fetish for converted old Euro-delivery trucks, this vintage VW Bus gets treated to a slick paint job with one of our favourite racing liveries (Gulf blue and orange) while serving delectable Banh Mi sandwiches and other Vietnamese delicacies in Quezon City, Philippines. The Banh Mi Shop VW Type 2 Bus in Gulf livery

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And because we have a fetish for converted old Euro-delivery trucks, this vintage VW Bus gets treated to a slick paint job with one of our favourite racing liveries (Gulf blue and orange) while serving delectable Banh Mi sandwiches and other Vietnamese delicacies in Quezon City, Philippines.

GuacTruck

Also in the Philippines, we find this far more modern food truck in Manila, serving up Mexican-Filipino fusion cuisine. It isn’t flashy, but it is sleek and stylish, a fine way to attract sidewalk strollers to grab a bite of our favourite Mexican dip. The truck isn’t just sleek on the outside either, the interior looks like a model home in a new condo development. GuacTruck

Also in the Philippines, we find this far more modern food truck in Manila, serving up Mexican-Filipino fusion cuisine. It isn’t flashy, but it is sleek and stylish, a fine way to attract sidewalk strollers to grab a bite of our favourite Mexican dip. The truck isn’t just sleek on the outside either, the interior looks like a model home in a new condo development.

Del Popolo Pizza

Also taking the classy and minimalist avenue is the Del Popolo pizza truck, which is clean and modern, while serving up fresh-baked pizza from a brick oven that dominates its kitchen like a centrepiece in an art gallery. Del Popolo’s pizza truck is also unique in that its kitchen revolved around John Darsky's imported brick oven, which he wanted to take on the road, so he fitted it into a shipping container rather than a delivery truck, and it makes its rounds in San Francisco on the back of a Freightliner heavy commercial truck. Del Popolo Mobile Pizzeria with woodburning oven

Also taking the classy and minimalist avenue is the Del Popolo pizza truck, which is clean and modern, while serving up fresh-baked pizza from a brick oven that dominates its kitchen like a centrepiece in an art gallery. Del Popolo’s pizza truck is also unique in that its kitchen revolved around John Darsky's imported brick oven, which he wanted to take on the road, so he fitted it into a shipping container rather than a delivery truck, and it makes its rounds in San Francisco on the back of a Freightliner heavy commercial truck.

Mammoth Burritos

Farther south in California, but at much higher elevation, we found one crew that would go to any extremes to bring hungry skiers a burrito on the half-pipe. To serve the skiers’ appetites for tasty tacos on the slopes of Mammoth Mountain, California, these enterprising and adventurous chefs adapted a Sno-Cat to bring the heat and flavours of Mexican right to the top of the mountain. The Roving Mammoth Burrito-Snocat

Farther south in California, but at much higher elevation, we found one crew that would go to any extremes to bring hungry skiers a burrito on the half-pipe. To serve the skiers’ appetites for tasty tacos on the slopes of Mammoth Mountain, California, these enterprising and adventurous chefs adapted a Sno-Cat to bring the heat and flavours of Mexican right to the top of the mountain.

Hula Girl Truck

This Washington DC Food truck brings the tastes of Hawaii to the US capital, but we love it for its tribute to surfing culture and the good old-fashioned woody wagon, perfectly capturing the spirit of automotive Aloha. Hula Girl Truck Woody Wagon tribute

This Washington DC Food truck brings the tastes of Hawaii to the US capital, but we love it for its tribute to surfing culture and the good old-fashioned woody wagon, perfectly capturing the spirit of automotive Aloha.

Under The Crust

We also love us some vintage pickups, and this pie truck, Under the Crust, takes one of our favourites, a second-generation Ford F-Series (we think it’s a ’55 F-100…) and sets up a simple, classy display for some tasty pies atop its truck bed. Under The Crust Classic Ford F-100

We also love us some vintage pickups, and this pie truck, Under the Crust, takes one of our favourites, a second-generation Ford F-Series (we think it’s a ’55 F-100…) and sets up a simple, classy display for some tasty pies atop its truck bed.

Space Shuttle Café

This food truck is just out of this world. That was horrible. A truly awful cliché. But c’mon, cut me some slack, when will I ever get to use a line like that again? Anyhow, this Space Shuttle Café is actually based on a converted airplane. It was originally a Douglas DC3 that actually saw military service during WWII, served many years as a commercial airliner, was converted to a camper on wheels (on a GMC bus frame), then remodeled in the image of the NASA Space Shuttle, and then retrofitted with a commercial kitchen in its final incarnation as the Space Shuttle Café. Space Shuttle Cafe, a converted DC3 aircraft on a GMC bus chassis

This food truck is just out of this world. That was horrible. A truly awful cliché. But c’mon, cut me some slack, when will I ever get to use a line like that again? Anyhow, this Space Shuttle Café is actually based on a converted airplane. It was originally a Douglas DC3 that actually saw military service during WWII, served many years as a commercial airliner, was converted to a camper on wheels (on a GMC bus frame), then remodeled in the image of the NASA Space Shuttle, and then retrofitted with a commercial kitchen in its final incarnation as the Space Shuttle Café.

Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill

While not a food truck per se, this promotional bus for Westport Flea Market Bar and Grill is delicious. Created by master promotional vehicle artist Matt Targon, who had always dreamed of creating a burger car, the beefy, cheesy vehicle based on a Chevrolet S10 pickup roams the streets of Kansas City getting the name of this tasty burger joints out and about. Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill Burger truck

While not a food truck per se, this promotional bus for Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill is delicious. Created by master promotional vehicle artist Matt Targon, who had always dreamed of creating a burger car, the beefy, cheesy vehicle based on a Chevrolet S10 pickup roams the streets of Kansas City getting the name of this tasty burger joints out and about.

Bananacar

Okay, this isn’t a food truck, it’s just a banana car. Awesome, right? It started life as a <a href=Ford F-150, before being converted into The Big Banana Car by self-proclaimed "most ridiculous man in the world" and art car fabricator Steve Brathwaite. I wonder if it has a Ludicrous Mode?" width="620" height="349" data-id="95186" rel="95186"> The Big Banana Car

Okay, this isn’t a food truck, it’s just a banana car. Awesome, right? It started life as a Ford F-150, before being converted into The Big Banana Car by self-proclaimed "most ridiculous man in the world" and art car fabricator Steve Brathwaite. I wonder if it has a Ludicrous Mode?

Oscar Mayer Wienermobile

And of course, the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile. Originally created by Carl Mayer in 1936, there have been several generations since, and this one is a 1952 model usually on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The Wienermobile criss-crosses North America promoting Oscar Mayer products, their hot dogs chief among them, and whose adventures you can follow on Instagram. 1952 Oscar Mayer Wienermobile

And of course, the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile. Originally created by Carl Mayer in 1936, there have been several generations since, and this one is a 1952 model usually on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The Wienermobile criss-crosses North America promoting Oscar Mayer products, their hot dogs chief among them, and whose adventures you can follow on Instagram.

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