Inventory #: O1137
1969 American LaFrance Pizza Truck (O1137)
Pizza Truck Conversion in 2007
Detroit Diesel in-line 6 cylinder 671 “Screemin Jimmy” engine
Head rebuilt about 10 years ago
Vintage FEDERAL SIGNAL Q2B SIREN and BEACON RAY
Hydraulic rack and pinion steering previously repaired
All new tires
Air brakes with easily accessible drain valve under drivers side step
Grey water tank: 48 gal
Potable water tank: 40 gal
SeeLevel Tank Monitor
Hot and cold water hand wash sink
In line water heater
Water pump and filters
10” dipwell for ice cream scoops
Water pump removed to make space for future kegerator
6000 watt HONDA EV 6010 generator, propane
30 amp Shore power station
Six 120v outlets on three circuits: 2 on hose bed for rock band, 1 for oven and water heater, one for refrigerator and ice cream freezer, 1 for popcorn popper, 1 outlet in power station cabinet shares circuit with refrigeration units
12 v connection for water pump
DOYON PIZ3G propane convection pizza oven – 70,000 BTU, 3 nickel plated shelves cook bottom of crust evenly
MASTER-BILT DD26L 4 pail Ice Cream Dipper
SUMMIT SPDS 7 Three drawer refrigerator
6 qt POPCORN POPPER
Stainless steel railings surround hose bed
Four 5′ stainless steel poles can be set up on hose bed to hang 60” x 36” banners
Sliding shelves on passenger side storage
Hand washing sink slides out
4 basin stainless steel sink wash/rinse/sterilize/drain separate from truck with quick connect hot/cold water hoses and grey water drain to 5 gallon container
100 Watt Compact Police siren speaker mounted on front bumper
9 ½’ high
7′ 10” wide with mirrors
Weight: 16,000 pounds
BIRTHDAY PARTIES, WEDDINGS AND EVENTS
Set up to serve popcorn, root beer, pizzas and ice cream
Licensed as food truck, not licensed for food processing so pizzas are prepared in a commercial kitchen ahead of time, individually wrapped and refrigerated for transportation to event site where they are cooked in the oven on the fire truck. Oven heats up to 450 degrees in about 10 minutes. Cooks three 12” pizzas in 12 minutes or nine at a time in 15 minutes.
Parents love pictures of child in fireman’s hat and coat using a junior sized peel to pull the pizzas out of the oven.
Hose bed has protective railing so kids can climb up on the hose bed after the oven has cooled down.
Cab has bench seat with three seat belts so kids can ride in the cab two at a time, ring the bell and run the siren as they enter their driveway.
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