Ever wanted to own your own Ice Cream Truck? Have a macabre sense of humor, or maybe you just want to sell Bomb Pops in Stephen King’s neighborhood? Do you need to get those Sno-Cones to your ghoulish customers in a hurry? Have we got the vehicle for you! Check out this 1955 Chevy 3100 Pro Street Ice Cream Truck.
At a quick glance, this 1955 Chevy Ice Cream Truck looks like most others. But give this one more than a fleeting look, and you’ll see the familiar Good Humor logo actually says Good Human. Ice Cream has been changed to I Scream. The Hot Fudge Sundae has been swapped for Hot Tar Sundae. Creepy, ghoulish, and a disconcerting departure from the stereotypical cold confection hauler.
The paint on this Ice Cream Truck is an appropriate shade of vanilla white. Chrome bumpers and brightwork are both brilliant. The side doors are a custom fabrication, sloping downward on a diagonal trajectory from just below the windshield frame to the arc of the rear fenders. The ghoulishly lettered box on the back of the Ice Cream Truck has three doors with heavy chrome hinges, allowing access to the functional cooler storage. The truck rolls on steel wheels with recessed chrome caps. The rear wheels have been widened to accommodate massive Mickey Thompson ProStreet Radials that lay down scary power. Capped exhaust dumps exit through the front fenders, just behind the wheels. The top of the windshield has a three bell array to alert the neighborhood the I Scream Man is on your street.
Under the hood of the Ice Cream Truck resides the blown 468 Big Block, topped by a polished Littlefield 871 blower sucking air through dual Edelbrock 650 carbs. Backing the 700 horsepower mill is a Turbo Hydramatic automatic trans with a 3,500 stall.
Inside the Ice Cream Truck, the vanilla-painted dash is home to modern Dolphin gauges, a large dash-top tach, a modern stereo head unit, and an autograph from master car customizer Gene Winfield. The floors are covered in a diamond plate pattern black rubber, and the seats are black vinyl-covered racing buckets with an ice cream cone embroidered in either headrest. A painted partial roll cage wrapped in padding runs above the headrests and down to the floorboards.
This too cool for ghouls Ice Cream Truck can be yours for just $78,000 from Hubbard Auto Center.