Our Trucks

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Both trucks are available for private events and any old thing you can think of involving doughnuts.   Please call 614-226-2417 or email us at: info@tupelodoughnuts.com

Our doughnut trucks are vintage. "Tilly" as she is known, is a light blue gem that started her life as a 1962 Ford P100 chassis. She is from Ohio. Made in the Lorain Ford Plant, she rolled off the line in 1962. She was shipped to San Angelo, Texas where Ford Bros. manufactured her riveted, all aluminum body and sold her as a parcel delivery van in 1963. Very few were made in this body configuration. She is back in Ohio now and well loved as a Doughnut truck. 

"Tup" is a silver 1952 International Harvester LM120 Metro Van. He began life in Toledo as a dairy delivery vehicle after rolling off the International assembly line. His body was designed in the 30's by industrial designer Raymond Loewey, who designed the original Coke bottle, along with countless other consumer items. With the Metro, Mr. Loewey was trying to evoke the round lines of Egyptian art that were contemporary with the Art-Deco design ethic of the 1930's. No two body panels are the exactly same as they are in modern vehicles today. 

These trucks were made by hand, by craftsmen.  Just like our doughnuts.