First Post Question

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cooper92
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2013/11/23 20:18:01 (permalink)

First Post Question

hello this is my first post and im not sure if this is the right section.i joined the forum because i had an idea for turning a maybe 16ft or smaller vintage/retro camper into a food truck.maybe a couple grill presses a 6 burner with an oven possibly a fryer or something else.the question isnt about what i can fit in it but what is the opinion of someone who has actually done something like that.i plan on gutting it out and i no a very talented muralist who could design something  eye grabbing for the outside and i have extensive experience running a kitchen/food truck but i have alot of basic questions when it comes to building a mobile kitchen.what are my options for wall surfaces?is it just stainless steel or could i get something else preferably colored?will cities in colorado let me use a camper?and besides the things needed to cook the food ie grills,fryers, what things do i need to plan space for a mobile kitchen?ie generators,sinks,etc any input is appreciated


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    Foodbme
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    Re:First Post Question 2013/11/23 21:24:10 (permalink)
    You can start by reading the 100's of posts on here supplied by others who have the same questions as you.
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    Re:First Post Question 2013/11/23 23:51:21 (permalink)
    Foodbme Spend the rest of the weekend reading them and all your questions will be answered.

    Not all of them. But enough so that the questions that are left are new ones.
     
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