This sad Westcraft was located in a scrap yard in the San Francisco area before heading to Timeless for a complete remanufacturing process.
Four months later the Westcraft is ready for a new life as a mobile Kitchen for the WaterColor resort in the Florida Panhandle. The paint work is PPG House of Kolor pearls in silver mist and tangerine.
Most of the windows were missing and the body had several bullet holes shot through it.
On delivery to the St Joe Towns and Resorts WaterColor property in Florida.
The cooking battery includes a char-grill, griddle, two double fryers and a full ventilation hood with built in fire protection. This kitchen was designed to serve over 200 meals per hours.
In addition to the cooking equipment this coach has a 4 drawer worktop freeze, a 4 drawer worktop refrigerator, ice cream freezer, ice cream maker, bag-in-box soda system, reach-in coolers a three bowl sanitizing sink, two hand washing sinks, and 10 tons of air conditioned make up air.
This unit is located at the pool house in the WaterColor Resort in the Pan Handle of Florida. It is also towed to various locations within the resort for special functions and events. Occasionally the trailer hits the road for events at other St Joe Towns and Resorts Company developments along the gulf coast of Florida.
The trailer was in an advanced state of decay when received at Timeless Travel Trailers.
The original 3" steel channel chassis was in poor condition and would only support the factory build weight of the coach of approximately 3200#. Timeless Engineers and craftsmen designed and built a new chassis to sustain the anticipated loads of the kitchen. The finished trailer weighs in at 9960#. The new chassis lifts the body to add an additional 6" of head room and also incorporates a 6" deep well at the forward end to allow the server to be more on eye level with the gust at the service window.
After the chassis was hot-dipped galvanized to protect it from the harsh seashore environment, it was fitted with holding tanks to provide 90 gallons of fresh water and 100 gallons of waste water capacity.
The dented and bullet riddled side sheets were removed. Only the front wall, roof, and aluminum wall framing were used from the original vehicle.
New side sheets from 2024 T-2 aluminum were created using the originals as a pattern.
A Timeless craftsman works to reproduces the end wall sheets.
New aluminum in place.
New interior with new commercial wiring and plumbing ready for fit out.