Start Your Mini Donut Business With This Vintage Concession Trailer In Lufkin, Texas
You never know what you are going to find in the Lufkin Area Classifieds Facebook group. Couches, houses, cars, and garage sales are the norm, but this little trailer really caught my attention.
There is a certain mystique associated with real vintage campers. They take you back to a time when families hit the open roads for vacation when gas was only 25 cents per gallon.
Now imagine taking all of that nostalgia on the road and using it to make your own thriving, small business. This 1964 Mobile Scout 14 X 7 camper has been completely overhauled and is now permitted in Texas as a mobile food unit.
This Trailer Has All You Need To Start Your Own Mini Donut Business
This unit is nicknamed a canned ham camper because its shape resembles big tins of meat products that were also popular around the time this camper was introduced to the general public. It has been a trend for years to restore these campers and use them for camping as they were originally intended.
Following that trend and making it into a food trailer is a great way to generate interest in whatever you are selling. The conversation usually starts with how cool the rig is, and then follows with selling them the food from inside.
The owner even has a Belshaw Donut Robot Mark II with a mini donut hopper that he will throw in for the right deal. He also has an 11-foot-tall mini donut flag to reel in the customers.
The current asking price is $26,000 OBO on Facebook. Check out the inside.