At first I thought it was something imported, since I have never seen anything like it. Then I noticed how many bits it borrowed from a Chrysler.
It almost seems like LongVoyager decided to make use of all that fiberglass he has sitting around to transform his van into a food truck with questionable design choices.
The proportions on this thing are so strange. Even stranger when you realize where the steering wheel is. Yes, all the space in front of that wheel is an engine cover. Why they felt the need to cover it up with glass I have no idea.
It does give it a cute but stubby look, which I suppose is desirable in a food truck.
I’m pretty sure a first generation Dodge Caravan had to die to make this. The headlights are all minivan and the grille is designed to look like the one that originally fit the lights. Oh, and Ram wheels for some reason.
So, do we think this is homemade? A fiberglass kit car built on a shortened something or other frame using common junkyard bits? The front bumper is so strangely shaped to conform to the body I don’t think this is homemade.
The interior is minimalist, but the Chrysler steering wheel seems to point towards it maybe being a chopped up minivan. Imagine working on that engine. Looks like a nightmare.
Oppo, do you have any explanation for this strange creation?
EDIT: So Two Wheels Only found another Enterprise Food Truck for sale that is very similar, so it is not a one off, but the internet seems surprisingly devoid of any information on these.