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Old 03-09-2012, 08:53 AM
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Default Vintage Ice Cream Truck For Sale, or Trade

Is anyone interested in trading a nice professional car for a cool vintage ice cream truck? It is a 1965 Chevy that has the "Good Humor" look, although I don't believe it was. The truck looks good and runs very well. It is the big six cylinder with a three speed column shift. It has a removeable canvas top over the driver's compartment. The freezer is not working. I would consider trades of procars, or any other car, or truck of interest. I am asking $16,900, but willing to negotiate. I have pictures I can email upon request.
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Old 03-09-2012, 11:52 AM
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Now this is what we need in Daytona to keep our "beverages" in!!!!
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thats a very cool rig ( no pun intended ) just don't see them anymore

very nice
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The same day this ad appeared I ran into my friend Tim (the guy who has the vintage fire truck collection I photographed last year). He said he was looking for a set of "unusual" lights for an old ice cream truck he's restoring!

I sold him a set of large stand-alone brake lights that say "STOP" when illuminated and he's going to use them on his old ice cream truck... it's a 1940 International truck cab with a refrigerated box very similar to this one on the back. What are the odds to encounter 2 old ice cream trucks in one day?!?!

Good luck with the sale Bill, neat truck!

(no dice on an ice cream truck for Daytona 2012 guys... they don't hold up well in the Florida heat)
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Not that anybody cares, but it is SOLD!
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Not that anybody cares, but it is SOLD!
I care, I just don't want one. But congratulations.

We had an ice cream truck just like that in our neighborhood when I was a kid. It was quite popular among the junior high school kids, because the guy also sold weed out of the freezer.
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I care, I just don't want one. But congratulations.

We had an ice cream truck just like that in our neighborhood when I was a kid. It was quite popular among the junior high school kids, because the guy also sold weed out of the freezer.
Wow, so Steve guess this was a ice cream and herb truck. Glad you got her sold. Nice truck, just wasn't by thing as Steve said.
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I care, I just don't want one. But congratulations.

We had an ice cream truck just like that in our neighborhood when I was a kid. It was quite popular among the junior high school kids, because the guy also sold weed out of the freezer.
Wasn't there an Adam 12 episode with that also?
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We had an ice cream truck just like that in our neighborhood when I was a kid. It was quite popular among the junior high school kids, because the guy also sold weed out of the freezer.
I'd say it was ****** the "freshest" in town too!!!
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$16,900 and the freezer doesn't even work!!!! What good is it then. Perhaps you could deliver pizzas with it.
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