I'd buy so many burritos from these potential food trucks.
10.) Smart ForTwo
You'd think a Smart would be too tiny to make a food truck, but it's perfect for housing a small amount of cooking/storing equipment. I'm thinking a Smart donut truck would be just right for New York.
Suggested By: Stig-a-saw-us-wrecks, Photo Credit: Vertskebab via Jalopnik
9.) Scion xB
Kei vans are used all the time as food trucks in Japan. Since we (sadly) don't get those in America, a first-gen Scion XB is probably the closest thing. Plus it's already been done with the xD.
Suggested By: RazoE, Photo Credit: Scion
8.) Pontiac Aztek
Dewalt 20V Max Cordless Drill & Driver Kit
Comes equipped with an LED which goes on when the trigger is pulled. You’ll a clear view of whatever you are drilling or screwing with minimal shadows.
The people at Pontiac clearly had food trucks in mind when they designed the Aztek – the center console is a removable cooler, and there are grocery compartments in the sliding floor. See! It was 99% a food truck from the factory.
Suggested By: boo-gotti, Photo Credit: Pontiac
7.) Matra Rancho
You might have a difficult time finding one of these in the US, but they are eligible for importing under the 25-year rule. The Rancho came with a sliding rear window and easy to clean body panels, which makes it an excellent food truck.
Suggested By: zacarious, Photo Credit: Talbot Matra
6.) Buick Roadmaster Estate
The Roadmaster Estate has more space and style than you could ever need. You probably won't be able to stand inside, but that's a minor oversight.
Suggested By: Arch Duke Makeynko, SHAZAM!, Photo Credit: Buick
5.) Toyota Previa
Any minivan makes a great food truck, so you might as well pick the greatest one ever built, the Toyota Previa. As a bonus you could use its mid-mounted engine to cook, saving you the cost of an oven.
Suggested By: POD, Photo Credit: Toyota
4.) Ford Transit Connect
Probably not the most interesting choice, but a sensible one. The Transit Connect is just the right size for the city and fuel efficient, too.
Suggested By: Titan-E34, Photo Credit: Ford
3.) Citroën H Van
If you wan't your food truck to be stylish, an old Citroën H Van is probably the best way to go. Ralph Lauren has been using one as a coffee truck, and he's a pretty stylish dude.
Suggested By: Brian, The Life of, Photo Credit: Mikey
2.) Ford Econoline
The Econoline is the most obvious choice, but for good reason. They're cheap, parts are plentiful, and you can convert them to whatever the hell you want.
Suggested By: Dy-no-mite-Jay, Photo Credit: Ford
1.) Volkswagen Type 2 Westfalia
Pop open the top and you have more headroom than you'd ever need, plus who wouldn't buy food from an old Type 2? It's the perfect mix of form and function
Suggested By: Stig-a-saw-us-wrecks, Photo Credit: Aaron Headly
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