VW ice cream van

Price: US $29,500.00 Item location: Alkmaar, Netherlands
  • Make: Volkswagen
  • Model: Van
  • Type: icecream van
  • Year: 1978
  • Mileage: 21672
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 1600
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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1978 Volkswagen Van

For sale, the one and only ice cream canister After 15 years of fun driving around all major and minor events, it is time for a new owner. This car has played in several films and also in a number of series on TV, including "Smeris", "the club of Sinterklaas" and a short film in which the bus played a leading role. Various photo sessions for fashion magazines have also come by, including the Libelle and Viva The ice cream bus has a good reputation, the hot brownie with ice cream is a real hit and has been a fixture of this car for many years. The bus is sold without a website and without the logos of Wat de pot Schaft, these are protected names that remain with my company. The bus: Sheet metal is solid, no rusted parts, but it is a real utility car, so don't expect a competition car. Technically, the bus has had regular maintenance and received a new MOT in May for 2 years. Tires were replaced last year. Recently a new engine has been installed and the gearbox overhauled. The interior was completely redesigned last year and has been designed in such a way that a good production can be played at the larger festivals Is present: -a large freezer with insulating lid, closed version, no display case (220v) refrigerator (12v) whipping cream machine (220v) -hotpot (220v) microwave, professional (220v) -water supply, running tap and ice-cream bowl fed by a pump (12V) and boiler (220v) water tank for 40 liters of water on board -to cool the freezer extra, a ventilation system is present (220v) -lighting, 2 groups: 1 x spots on the topping trays (220V), 1 led strip around as general lighting (12v) The bus is equipped with 2 batteries, during 12 hours the 12 volt circuit is charged via a charging station Everything functions well and is HACCP justified. The bus works on 220 volts, the freezer has a good insulating effect and the fridge works on 12 volts, so everything stays cool on the way.