The landscape of the food service industry is all set to change with the rapid induction of commercial mobile food service kitchens. Among the emerging concepts is a unique commercial mobile kitchen built inside the only road worthy DC3 Airplane licensed for street use, named 'Space Shuttle Cafe'. It not only provides great business opportunities, but offers you to own a piece of the American history, painted with NASA’s Space Shuttle.
The DC3 Airplane used for the kitchen was built in 1944 and was used during World WAR II. After a decade of service, it was allegedly hijacked to Cuba. In 1976 it was converted for street use and was mounted on a GMC Bus frame. Then once again in 2001, it was purchased and this time around was transformed into a self contained commercial kitchen.
The Space Shuttle Cafe is capable of hosting a wide variety of events ranging from craft fairs, weddings, birthday parties, car shows, air shows , corporate events and the list is endless, all thanks to the space management and flexibility of the structure.
The completely self contained structure is lush with all features of a sophisticated kitchen, including a 32 gallon fresh water tank, 4500 watt commercial quiet generator, two 7.5 gallon propane tanks, commercial burner and grill, deep fryers, exhaust hood with 3 exhaust fans and 6 grease filters, etc.The cooking area is completely draped with stainless steel, including the sinks, tables, shelves and other cooking units.
Space Shuttle Cafe is now up on eBay with an asking price of $150,000 and I am sure, every penny of investment will be worth the services it is capable of offering. Its vintage ambiance and delectable work space make it a good preposition for both the purchaser and his would be customers.