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Has anyone thought about converting their baby into a mobile food truck?

1998 29' widebody
454 Chevy chassis
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you probably fair better pulling a trailer for that, but I know a guy that makes good money selling funnel cake out of his converted bus. BUT you never can go back to a MH, smells, grease etc.

Former owner 1989 Barth Regal 25'

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We were wandering the 2 lanes highways of north Florida somewhere west of Jacksonville and came across a derelict glassnose that had been converted to a food truck at some point. That was about 6 or 7 years ago and we were on our way to Steinhatchee to look at a 1990 Regal that was for sale. I remember we then went on to look at a Breakaway in Clearwater.
Wonder if it is still sitting by the roadside out that way?

1990 Regency 34'
Cummins 6CTA 8.3 240hp
Spartan Chassis,
4 speed Allison MT643
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