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 Gonzo's P30 build. Teaching myself how to do it all.

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gonzojuice

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Gonzo's P30 build. Teaching myself how to do it all. Sat, 09/14/13 10:02 PM (permalink)
In this thread you can follow me as I learn to build a food truck by doing it. My wife and I own a successful food trailer in Austin Tx called Gonzo Juice. You can check us out at Gonzojuice.com. I have recently acquired a Chevrolet P30 step van and I am building a kitchen into it for food service. I was lucky to find a van with a service window already installed so we won't learn that on this thread. I will be installing everything else to make it worthy of the local fire permit and health permit. Please follow along and feel free to offer advice and criticism. Some of the fit and finish may not be perfect since I am not a plumber, electrician, or carpenter but bare with me and I think we will end with something pretty cool.
 
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