Custom Coffee-Panini-Juice Truck For Sale Near Portland Maine
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Why is there never good coffee at a wedding? This question began my quest for a coffeehouse on wheels. The answer is POWER. We have designed and built a food truck like no other.
Flo the Coffee Truck has juice! This truck is wired professionally as you would for a brick and mortar business. Flo features a 60amp breaker panel, 2 dedicated 220 circuits and 6 dedicated 110amp circuits. Mounted throughout the kitchen space are 8 GFI outlets set into fully washable FRP paneled walls. A 3 prong twist-lock standard 220 range outlet is wired into the rear of the vehicle to accept generator power. We currently run a custom 12Kw Briggs and Stratton residential standby generator, which we tow behind on a landscape trailer (generator sold seperately, please inquire if interested).
Interior dimensions of the kitchen are approximately 13′ long, 8′ wide and 9′ high. Custom stainless steel counters run front to back on the left side, and front to serving window on the right. A specialty welding company incorporated a 4-bay sink into the front end of the left side counter. A divider is placed between the first bay and the remaining three to comply with the highest standard of handwashing and warewashing. The sinks are connected to an electric hot water heater that sends pressurized hot water to two faucets: Max temp 175 degrees. Sinks drain to a 10 gallon greywater tank mounted on the underside of the truck. Fresh water is drawn from 5 gallon springwater bottles under the counter.
Left side counters were designed without legs underneath- instead we used angle brackets and connected the counter at the front and rear of the truck body. This allows for maximum storage space below. Counter height is 32″ all around. Right side counter has one supporting leg and a generous dry storage cabinet at the front end.
Serving window is a split frame top slider with screens and finished pine trim all around. A great feature of our serving window is the cut-out in the floor for the server. This allows for the server to sit while conducting transactions, and allows for the window height to be appropriate for both walk-up and drive through traffic.
The truck itself was purchased from a commercial van dealer in Central PA. It was maintained on a schedule as part of a fleet of vehicles. In addition, this truck was used as a maintenance vehicle for a school system, and as such saw extremely light use before being sold to us. This is not a beat-up former bread or potato chip delivery van- quite the opposite.
Our business has transitioned from retail to wholesale, and therefore we are not getting the use of this amazing asset that we once did: In coffee sales alone we easily averaged $150 in gross sales per hour in any crowd over 300 people. With the smart, marine-like interior and generous availability of clean power, this truck can crank out coffee, smoothies, grilled sandwiches and the like in fine style. This truck has operated as The Gorham Grind.
Thanks so much for looking today!
- 1308 Washington Avenue