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Maury Lewis wants to know more about Cruisin' Cone

Comments re photo 74441 Tommy Bailey: Cruisin Cone at Somernites
Maury writes:
That is the cutest little vehicle. What is it? - Maury
Thanks. Maury. We agree, it's the cutest ice dream truck we ever saw./ Obviously, you're asking about the brand and details of the truck, and we don't have that yet. It appears that they sell hard ice cream from the truck, which would simplify the operation. Soft ice cream, the wonderful rich, 6% butterfat custardy ice cream sold by the the late Wheatley & Son and later Waggener Bros. from the two Jolly Roger, took master soft serve machine operators and a special mix provider and would be too complicated for today - but maybe not. We'll try to find out. - EW



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