Can you believe this used to be a school bus?!

We took a 1954 GMC School bus and transformed it into one of our most unique builds to date! This one was a true retrofit food truck build. We raised the roof to accommodate the hood and fire suppression system, reinsulated and lined the interior, removed wheel wells, and maintained the look of the bus by keeping most of the windows. The end result is a fantastic, eye-catching commercial kitchen.


  • 1954 GMC School bus (no engine)
  • New section added to raise roof
  • Insulated, Lined with stainless steel
  • Diamond plate flooring
  • Custom 48”x24” concession window
  • 10’ Hood and exhaust fan
  • Two 40lb fryers
  • 2 burner stove top
  • 24” Char broiler
  • 24” Griddle
  • 110V food warmer
  • Refrigerated prep table
  • 36” Chef base
  • Fire suppression
  • Propane gas set up (connected to tanks on site)
  • 2 sinks plus a hand wash sink
  • 20 G fresh water
  • 25 G waste water
  • 5 G hot water heater
  • 30 amp electrical panel
  • 8’ retractable awning
  • TSSA Certification
  • ESA Certification
  • Body work and full blue paint