Depending on your personal budget, driving skills and licence capability, we can help assign the right size vehicle,build and design your interior. For the past couple of years, it seems the most fashionable way to get your lunch is from a Food truck.
From Los Angeles to London, Korean tacos or Fish and ships or gourmet ice pops, food trucks run wild across our country’s blossoming the food scene. But while the craze is new, the food truck idea themselves are as old as dining out.
In the 1950s, ice cream trucks were the first businesses to take to the streets in modified vehicles that looked almost exactly like their Vintage food trucks today. Complete with recorded jingles and painted on signs, some of these trucks might even still be on the road today. The 1960s brought larger modern food trucks, selling more varieties of food and by the early 2000s,Shiny new parks were built especially for them in major cities, and entire festivals sprung up to celebrate them.
Some make the bold choice of buying or converting a new vehicle, but the new trend? Starting a Vintage food truck. With the rise of food trucks around the world people are stepping outside the box designing and adapting new vehicles. They’re fun and certainly very different to going to the same boring chain that most people frequent every day.