2002 Ice Cream Truck - $35,000 - Port Richey, Florida

(Port Richey, FL)

2002 Ice Cream Truck

2002 Ice Cream Truck

Port Richey, Florida - This 2002 ice cream truck only has 35,000 miles on it. It was owned by Disney World Orlando from 2002 until I purchased it from them four months ago. It was maintained by Disney and used only to transport flowers from their flower farm to their parades and never left Disney property. The truck is in excellent shape and looks practically brand-new. Because it was utilized as a flower transportation vehicle it was transformed into a refrigerated van for the flowers. Therefore the entire vehicle is set up as a refrigeration boxcar. Because of this irrelevant of the temperature outside whoever is working in this truck can be nice and comfortable and keep the temperature between 50 and 75° even if it’s 100° outside. The truck was put together with all new equipment including a new freezer a new refrigerator, a new soda merchandiser, new sinks, and every other necessity needed for an ice cream truck. The entire truck was insulated and electrical system is also brand-new with a brand-new remote generator. It has a soft serve ice cream machine that can produce both vanilla chocolate or swirl ice cream. The ice machine was just totally refurbished and works perfectly.

This truck was outfitted for myself to have my own route in New Port Richey, Florida. Unfortunately I was hurt and had to get major spinal surgery and I am now totally disabled. But my loss is your gain. If you have any questions call 727-207-8153 and ask for Bernie. If you want to see more pics just ask.

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