This Might Be The World’s Smallest Food Truck
Hear the term “food truck” and you usually think box truck or some type of van. But this unconventional “food truck” might be the coolest.
Matthew Pendleton stated up a mobile coffee bar out of his Volkswagen Beetle in Denver and it’s called On The Road Coffee Company. As strange as it might seem, the 1968 Beetle is spacious enough to work out of. The right rear window has been turned into a counter and the shop serves cold-brewed coffee, pour-overs, and espresso. It’s not exactly your nearest Starbucks but it’s definitely a one-of-a-kind and proves you don’t need anything fancy!
Source: The Denver Post
This week on PowerNation Katie’s featured ride belongs to viewer Dave Schultz from Ohio, it’s his 1963 Ford F100. He got the truck in 1991 and along with his friends rebuilt the truck to what you see now. After cutting away a lot of rust he added an Art Morrison rear clip and a Fat Man Fabrication front end and lowered it all 14 inches. Under the hood a stout 510 cubic inch big block making about 500 horsepower.
It’s painted in PPG Dodge “Viper Blue” but kept the interior looking stock. The problem came when the truck was all done Dave has killer heating issues in the cab with heat moving in from the engine and exhaust. He was stuffing towels and sweatshirts all over the cab to keep the heat from getting in, to no avail. His friend turned him on to Lizard Skin and now after the truck had been built sprayed on both Ceramic Insulation and Sound Control. Problem solved. Once again the automotive aftermarket to the rescue! Check it out this week along with some serious tech from our four shops.