It has been more than 60 years since the mini pickup went on sale, which was the basis for the then Cummins Ice Cream Vans asked. And such a vehicle also belongs to the BMW Group Classic collection and still looks stunning today. Cummins built the first vans in the 70s and removed that in the course of the conversion roof of the pickup and the rear wall the cabin. Then you installed the special ice cream truck attachment, with large, bulbous panes and the XXL sliding doors. The result was the Mini-based ice cream truck pictured here. The entire vehicle is painted in a light pink and equipped with "Lollies Ice Cream" lettering. There is also a motif of "Tom and Jerry" on the rear.
a mini as an ultra-cool ice cream vehicle
Incidentally, at that time Cummins not only sold the vans in Great Britain, but also abroad. There have been others over the years versions with different designs. Unfortunately, there is only one photo of the interior of the vehicle from the pictures, and that is a relatively large one Washbasin shows that is more or less clamped against the dashboard, as well as a central one instrument cluster. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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