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 Ice cream trike - could I make one?

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djdawg

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Ice cream trike - could I make one? Thu, 04/18/13 11:22 PM (permalink)
Hey everyone...sorry if this is off topic for this forum...I don't think there is a specific ice cream trike forum - ha ha - so I'll take my chances.  And I know there is quite a bit of crossover for some of us doing lemonade from our carts, etc so maybe this will be ok...
 
I'm seeing these ice cream trikes online and I see simple ones that are basically a cargo (?) trike that have a plywood insulated box for the treats (with dry ice of course) to fancy shmancy ones that have solar powered freezers on board.  I'm wondering how tough it would be to build the insulated freezer box (that part sounds the easiest)....I'm not sure about the trike frame part.  I'm not even sure if they sell trike frames with that section where you would put the freezer box into empty....all I can come up with are pre-made ice cream trikes.  I really just want the trike and I could build the compartment and attach it myself....
 
At any rate....not sure if anyone has delved into this yet at all but thought I would check!  Thanks!
 
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