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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 19 Oct 2013 22:01 #101025

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Roderick,
How about this food van.

Loosley. :) ;)
[thanks to the picture taker]

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 19 Oct 2013 23:55 #101026

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Hope the number plate is an unfortunate coincidence. Otherwise it doesn't encourage you to try their wares! :)
Hiding in the shed covered in grease and muck - want a coffee?

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Re: Vendor vans 19 Mar 2014 12:15 #101027

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140201Sa Box Hill (Vic.). Chinese New Year, Ghost Kitchen in Whitehorse Rd / Maroondah Hwy. (Roderick Smith)

I can't quite read the maker's plate in the shadow; others will recognise the make/model anyhow.

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 19 Mar 2014 13:18 #101028

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Roderick, I think that It's a Kia 2700...

But happy to be corrected.
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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 19 Mar 2014 14:47 #101029

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Din relize u're into the big stuff
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AKA Kia Bongo
Aslo U do kno
th@ Snow Whites dwarfs 6/7th of m were not happy :o

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 19 Mar 2014 17:20 #101030

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That's why I like being in a group with experts: all tricky questions answered promptly. I do the same in railway groups; the world keeps turning.

The dwarfs don't drink tea, and not because of the vendor-van height: they got tired of having ty-nee tips.
www.teacard.com/tuckfield/tuckfields.html

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Re: Japanese crepe van 25 Mar 2014 12:05 #101031

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The vehicle rhs was the one posted earlier. Despite the shadow, I can just make out the lettering 'KIA' in this view.

140201Sa Box Hill (Melbourne, Vic.). Chinese New Year, Japanese Crepes caravan. (Roderick Smith)

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 01 Apr 2014 12:33 #101032

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Is this Ford Transit a cascade from the Mr Whippy carveup, or is it newer?

140201Sa Box Hill (Vic.). Chinese New Year, Ford SoftServe. (Roderick Smith)

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 01 Apr 2014 21:02 #101033

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This was the original Bugly, which was a 1958 Morris JB delivery van originally owned by Brown and Burns Bakery in Subiaco, WA. We restored the Morris mechanically, and sold it with an unrestored body to an advertising agency in NSW where it became the Cadbury 'Joyville' van, spreading cheer and chocolates all around. Bugly has featured in numerous advertising campaigns in both New Zealand and Australia ... look out for it on your screens as it heads towards Easter! 8-)

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1949 Dennis F1 fire pump
1948 Fordson E83W 10/10 pickup
1935 Morris Eight Series 1 2-door sedan

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Re: Icecream (& other) vendor vans 18 May 2014 10:03 #101034

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Sun.18.5.14 Melbourne 'Herald Sun' has an article on fine-food vendor vans/caravans in the paper edition, and online at < www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/melbo...it3-1226921407565> ;

Online has three photos, and twitter links to others which may need googling to use.
The Greek one is restricted to followers, but Afrofeast is available to all:
< twitter.com/AfroFeast> ;.
The others will require experimentation.

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