What was the inspiration?
I was tired of building the same old stuff. And I wanted to build something off the wall that everyone would like - and who could hate an ice cream truck? We all SCREAM for ice cream.
How long did it take you to build?
How long have you been building?
A good long time
This used to be an original 1968 Good Humor ice cream truck that was retired to a junk yard in Cinncinati Ohio. It was rusted beyond belief. And had no motor. I cut out all the rust and hand made all the new panels for it.
Bored .30 over
Engine Add Ons
Edelbrock 600cfm carb, intake and hi-performance cam
Mods to Frame
2" bell tech and dropped a-arms
2600 air bags
Factory ladder bars with 2600 air bags
1972 C10 dual piston disc brakes in front drum in rear.
Front Wheel Type
Rear Wheel Type
Front Wheel Size
Rear Wheel Size
Front Tire Size
Rear Tire Size
lime green, bright yellow, bright white, waffle cone tan with other shades to create pattern on lower body
Waffle cone graphics 4 coats of color and 4 coats of clear
Offey's Body Shop
Front - Custom fabricated by Offey Rear - Roll pan custom by Offey
all diamond plate
Subs - 1600 watt midrange - 400 watt
2-12" in a sealed enclosure mid-bass -2 - 6.5" mid range - 2 - 4x6 - 4 tweeters All amps and speakers are Audiobahn Dub series outside speaker to play custom "ice cream music"
Hand cut and polished ice cream scooper
Floor - black and white tile with black and White Vinyl
Custom Flamed Fridge for BEER!!
1968 Ice Cream Truck
Owned by Jason Offenbaker
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