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A few more pics of George... how could you not love such a sweet grill?

The serving window was already cut out of the side of George when we bought him. He was meant to serve, serve good pie.

Big truck, big potential.

We decided to forgo the ‘prison rig’ vibe by removing the metal partition. After scraping and then sandblasting the black spray foam from the walls, George got a fresh coat of paint.

The floor had to be removed due to rot, it will be replaced with diamond plate aluminum panels. The front of the cab and ceiling got a new coat of paint.

Bare walls and a shiny painted ceiling. A clean slate for things to come.

The driver's seat needs some final touches, but the cab is looking real nice.

A little personal touch, handmade resin shift knob compliments of our daughter Molly.

Still working on the horn, but we installed an ignition slot with a key to match. When we bought George, the only way to turn on the engine was with a screwdriver! George derserved his own key.

Thanks for chugging along with us on George's Journey. More updates will be posted soon.

Keep on rollin'


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This is George. He is a 1967 GMC Step Van. He’s a big boy, about 21 feet in length and 7.5 feet wide. In his past life, he may have been a produce or bread truck. We don’t know for sure, because George isn’t talking. That’s okay, because we have big plans for this well-loved truck. Actually, they are more like big dreams. He’s been in a mechanically-induced coma for the almost a year, and he’s in the process of getting back on the road to fill his new role as the Sunny Sky Pies food truck. George is super excited for this new phase in his life, and we are happy to have him.

Follow along with us as we transform George into a sweet ride, bringing joy, smiles, and delicious pie to everyone in Fort Collins!

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