David’s taco truck conversion of “Coco Loco” has to be one of his all-time favorite builds. Everything about this taco truck conversion was unique and unlike anything we’ve tackled before while dealing with RVs, vans, and buses.

The challenge with converting a taco truck is ensuring that all components of the build are prepared to pass the food & health inspection. Below, we’ll detail some of the highlights of the “Coco Loco” taco truck features and more information about the build-out process. She is now currently in Sisters, Oregon at the EuroSports Food Cart Garden.

Visit their website (https://www.cocolocotacobar.com/) for more information!

Custom Layout Features

☑️ Custom Cedar Paneled Ceiling
☑️ Extended 2ftx8ft Outdoor Deck
☑️ Grill Extension for 36-inch Grillstone Grill
☑️ Under Cabinet Lighting for Efficient Food Prep
☑️ Custom Cabinets
☑️ 36-inch Service Window
☑️ 42 Gallons of Freshwater, 42 Gallons of Greywater
☑️ Shut-Off Manifold Easily Accessible from Exterior
☑️ Pre and Household Filters for Incoming Water Line
☑️ Kitchen & Prep Areas: Triple Food Prep Sink, Single Hand Washing Station, Peel & Stick Tile, Butcher Block, Stainless Steel Countertops

Appliances & Electronics

☑️ 30A Service
☑️ Generator with Automatic Transfer Switch

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