Care to get into the food truck business with a unique offering? Try this Italian twist on the schmag wagon for a mere 7.200 € ($9,300 US). Find this 1980 Citroën Dyane Faux Tanker/Buffet (based on the Dyane version of the 2CV Tuckettete called the Acadiane) in Merano, Italy via subito.it.
Liberally translating the ad from Italian to English, we can garner the following:
2 Cavalli unico al mondo modificato a 3 assi con griglia a carbone e a gas più rimorchio
Hey Paisano, this thing is majorly modified with 3 BBQ grills with gas and a little pork fat.
a buffet motore perfettamente funzionante con marmitta tipo US TRUCK suono da invidia assicurata
Buffet and motor works perfectly when you add marmot meat. US TRUCK with individual steering.
PREZZO FISSO !!!!
Pretzel fusion reactor!!!!
SOLO CONTATTO TELEFONICO NON RISPONDO MAIL
ONLY CALL ON THE TELEPHONE, EMAIL ME, I BREAKA YOU FACE, CAPISCE?
The vehicle is even done up with the Agip logo, which according to Tigaz.com is: The six-legged dog was designed by Luigi Broggini (famous sculptor, designer and painter) in its original form, in 1952. Symbolic meaning of the trademark was disputed a lot, but according to the official explanation of the company, six legs of the imaginary animal are references to an automobile’s four wheels and the driver’s two legs, while flame coming out from its mouth represents the energy itself. This modern centaur reminds us to legendary figures of the Nibelungen, or to imaginary-real animals of African mythology, with more than the normal number of legs of them signify uncommon strength.
What a way to cater a location event!