You could own the Endless Summer taco truck—for $60,000
If you have $60,000 to spare, the popular food truck—and its Bedford Avenue location—could be yours!
Tue Apr 30 2013
Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz
Have you always wanted to get into the food-truck game? If so, we've got good news: The dudes behind the Endless Summer taco truck are getting out of the business and selling their truck, kitchen supplies, storage space, and—perhaps most importantly—their mobile-vending permit. The whole kit and caboodle will set you back $60,000, which may almost be worth it to not have to deal with the wrangling involved to get one of those coveted permits.
According to the eBay listing for the truck, its owners have decided to move out of New York, and say that "this is a perfect opportunity to maintain a well-established moneymaking operation or rebrand it to satisfy your own culinary vision." Considering the truck's longtime location—on the corner of Bedford Avenue and North 6th Street in Williamsburg—they're probably not kidding about that whole moneymaking thing, assuming you've got decent culinary chops.
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