Daily photos, portraits and stories from Haninge in Sweden.
You never see Airstreams here converted into food trucks like that!
Looks very popular.Greetings,Filip
What a great shot. What were they serving? If it was American, it could be anything from heaven to hell.
An Airstream! Wow. Are they sold there? I can't imagine what it would cost to ship one over.
They serve anything from fajita and nachos to fried vegetables, pancakes, entrecôte and loads more.The airstream itself is custom made in Germany, not sure how much it costed Axfood, the Swedish company behind this food truck to buy it.
Love the menu!
Very funny! These Airstreams are very expensive. Our neighbors are currently in Texas buying a smaller trailer - not an Airstream, though.
These food trucks are becoming very popular around here. Some are quite good and some...not so much.
I'd love to have an Airstream even if just for an outbuilding as a place to relax!
They have taken over. I see these trucks in many places as I roam about.
We have plenty of food trucks, but not so nice and classic!
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