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Scion xB Taco Truck - First Pictures Released a Week After SEMA...

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Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr From what we know and unless Toyota is living in some sort of a twilight-zone where the SEMA Show continues forever and ever, the Las Vegas Convention centre closed its doors last Friday, on November 7. But whatever - it's neither the first nor the last time that an automaker has a snail-like reaction when it comes to releasing info on its SEMA project cars. In the extremely rare case that the you're interested in seeing how Kenton Parker transformed the Scion xB into a taco-truck that comes complete with a kitchen, click the part that says "Read More..." and you'll be magically transferred to a dedicated page with pictures and all.

Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr

Specs

"Scratch built"
• Complete custom body
• White aluminum skin
• Stainless kitchen
• Diamond plate floors
• Rear cooking chimney
• Stainless sink
• Griddle
• Industrial stove
• Food/soda
• Paint supplies
• Trucker seat
• Pass flip-up seat
• ETC, ETC, ETC...EVERYTHING "AND" THE KITCHEN SINK!

Built by Louie Contreras

Hand painted graphics by Kenton Parker.


Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr
Scion xB Taco Truck SEMA Carr


6 Comments:

Anonymous said... »November 13, 2008

Are you sure this isn't a cover up for a Lexus version of the Materia/bB/xB/Dex badge-engineering debacle?

lazy penguin said... »November 13, 2008

What is the paint for?

Anonymous said... »November 21, 2008

that is just to cool. i would drive it! lol sqb

Anonymous said... »December 03, 2008

RoyJ//December 4, 20008

How about an RV version?

Anonymous said... »February 12, 2009

That's one of the more unique "concept" cars I've seen in a long time. And, if I'm not mistaken, Kenton Parker not only "hand-painted the graphics" but was the originator of the concept. Props to Kent for going huge and suggesting such right on, beautiful, nonsense; and to Louie for making it happen in real time.

Let's give credit where credit is due. Nice job guys. It stands out too clearly against a wide field of tuners.

hgvlgvtraining said... »October 23, 2009

It looks absolutely amazing

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