Collector /1930 CHEV POPCORN TRUCK- business events / show stopper!

1930 Chevrolet Other Pickups

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Other Pickups
Year: 1930
Mileage: NA
VIN: CA743091
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oakland, California, United States
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**. **BUSINESS EVENTS/SHOW STOPPER/COLLECTOR
1 IN A MILLION / OWN A PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY Restored and in storage last 25+ years
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more info, pictures availablelocated Bay Area asking $79,000.
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Collector /1930 CHEV POPCORN TRUCK- business events / show stopper!
1930 CHEV POPCORN TRUCK BODY BY DUNBAR
Collector / business events / show stopper! =1930 Chev Popcorn Truck=...................................1 IN A MILLION
SELLING POPCORN IS MORE LUCRATIVE THAN SELLING DIRT !!!
This truck has not been used commercially since restoration in the mid 1980s ! Driven less than 10 miles in the last 25 years LESS THAN 40 BUILT,,,,, POSSIBLY 10 BUILT ON CHEV CHASSIS= = = A 1929 FORD POPCORN TRUCK SOLD AT AUCTION A FEW YEARS AGO FOR $110,000.00= = = THIS TRUCK IS NICER, RARER AND LESS MONEY= = = ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND PICTURES BY REQUEST,,,
1 in a millionterrific for a collector or a real head turner if used for events or business promotions
guaranteed to draw a crowd wherever it is parked
1930 Chev Popcorn Truck=1 in a million=collector/business promotions=
1930 Chev Popcorn Truck =own a piece of American history !--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
In 1900 Dunbar & Company opened doors in Chicago manufacturing popcorn equipment: started building bodies in the late twenties. Dunbar coachwork was usually applied to Ford Model T one-ton truck chassis. However, early in the depression years a number of units were built on the Chevrolet 1½-ton truck chassis. These were the largest and the last of Dunbar popcorn wagons with a wheelbase of 131 inches and an overall length of almost 17 feet. The body was as much glass as it was wood.
The Chevrolet was a workhorse with a 194 cid inline six, a three-speed, non-synchro gearbox and 20 inch split rims. No options, even the single windshield wiper was hand operated. Suspension was solid axle with leaf springs front and rear. The Dunbar body was a work of art.
1930 Chevrolet popcorn truck / body by Dunbarlocated in SF BAYAREAmuch more info and photos available-asking $79,000