Toyota Builds Scion xB-Based Taco-Paint Truck
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It is necessary to say that the Japanese car-maker needed to make something out of the ordinary, because their car range is a bit boring. What they came up with is a modified Scion xB that looks like an ice-cream van combined with an american post truck. It contains everything that you need to cook a taco and sell a bit of paint.
So, if your kid is a graffiti writer and you want to help him in his career, this is the car to buy for when he is old. It's too bad that they don't sell it, because we think it would be a hit.
Its specs include a complete custom body, white aluminum skin, stainless kitchen, diamond plate floors, stainless sink, griddle, industrial stove, paint suppliers. It even has a chimney, meaning that it takes the cooker role very serious.
It was customize by a bloke called Louie Contreras (which sound a bit French to us), and painted by a guy called Kenton Parker, and he has done a great job with the white and the added drawings.
Regardless, this van is brilliant. It combines American lunacy with Japanese bullet proof reliability. It's completely useless, built in a hurry, and it's a perfect paintball-break vehicle. While reloading, you can enjoy a delicious taco.
The menu includes Beef Taco, Bean Taco, Dr. Pepper, Coke, Candy, and your daily need of spray paints such as: MTN MEGA(black only), Nitro, Posca, Popmate and Cesso.
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