2 Chicago Food Trucks for Sale – August 2012

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The Crave Truck

“Certified Mobile Kitchen built in a 1987 Grumman Olsen Stepvan. 24′ truck nose to bumper (16′x7.5′ kitchen with bulkhead sliding screen/window door) New tires and chrome simulators. Engine rebuilt so mileage unknown. The truck had a retractable awning, but it broke, so the awning rail is still attached if someone wanted to mount a replacement. There is a passenger jumpseat, commercial fire extinguisher, and roadside triangles included with the truck. Red  painted truck with vinyl logo and white roof. Split back doors for increased airflow.”

  • 50 gal fresh water tank
  • 60 gal wastewater tank
  • 6 gal on-demand Hot water Tank
  • fill and drain system with winterizing capability
  • Mop sink, handsink with integral splash guards, & 3 compartment custom sink with 36″ L & R drainboards
  • Insulated walls, ceilings, & floor with nsf covered surfaces
  • Reinforced floor for equipment weight
  • 17,000 (21k surge) watt gasoline Generac generator with fire proof compartment runs thru 200amp electrical box service so there are no cycling surges to equipment. 2 240v circuits with the rest 110v. Generator shares the same gas tank as the truck, so filling up at the gas station is safer and convenient for staff.
  • 2 15 amp electrical outlets with 2 way switch in generator compartment to keep refrigeration running when truck is parked.
  • 6′ service window with screen, opposite rv window for ventillation, 2 skylights, 2 maxxair fans with rainguards
Restaurant equipment sold separately. Asking $44k
If the buyer wants to take over this popular food truck business in Champaign Il, the buyer can take-over our Twitter/Facebook/website and have an inside contract to the University of Illinois for serving tailgaters breakfast for 7 home games at no extra charge.

Contact information: Zach Ware & Marisa Anstey- 

Zullo’s Food Truck

  • 2000 Chevy P-30 
  • High 30K miles
  • Built out.
  •  $17,000

Contact: Paul@zullosinc.com

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