Our Kombi Carts

Kombi Cart.

Blue. “O.P.”

Features and fit outs: O.P. is compact enough to get into most locations but still large enough to have a real presence and create a stunning centre peace attraction for service and photos for substantial events. Service and photos is from within the Cart through the front window frame. O.P. is Fitted with a 2 door commercial bar fridge, 2 bench seats and a pop up centre roof. O.P. is pretty heavy so needs some manpower help to deal with setting up when slopes are involved.

Dimensions: 1.7m wide, 2.1m long, 1.9m high

What’s with the name O.P.? Our first Kombi Cart was created from the 1970 Volkswagen “Transform Physio” microbus that was destroyed in a fire. O.P. is the leader of the Kombi Carts, just like Optimus Prime is the leader of the autobots. O.P. transforms from a compact trailer with a removable draw bar, lifting roof, and pop up centre roof hatch for service.

Kombi Cart Mini.

Yellow. “Pip”

Features and fit outs: Pip is super compact, agile and ideal for indoor spaces. She can get just about anyway as she fits through a standard door way and is a two person lift up steps. Fit out is simple for optimal agility, with a service bar top and a lower timber service shelf for ice buckets, eskies or camp fridges.

Dimensions: 1.7m wide, 75cm deep, 1.1m high

What’s with the name Pip? Very mini and yellow, named after Ben’s little cousin Pippa. We first displayed our Kombi Cart OP at the Mayling Road Autoclassico on Pippa’s birthday in May 2023.

Kombi Cart Mini.

White. “Frieda”

Features and fit outs: Frieda is compact, agile and ideal for indoor spaces. She can fit through a standard door way and is a two person lift up steps. Her fit out is simple for optimal agility, with a service bar top and a lower timber service shelf for ice buckets, eskies or small fridges.

Dimensions: 1.7m wide, 80cm deep, 1.1m high

What’s with the name Frieda? The name “Frieda” means “peace” and comes from German origins (just like Kombis). We named this little Kombi Cart as a tribute to the family history and former food truck business “frieda flammkuchen” of our friend Silke. Silke invited us to exhibit at AIME and we build “Frieda” just in time for the show!

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