Historic Peddler's Vending Cart

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$1,849.55 - $1,928.65
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If you're searching for something with a touch of nostalgia that's perfect for merchandising and film or theatre productions, look no further than this special custom vending cart.

It's nostalgic design adds a classic look, and you can easily transport it with its removable wooden crates. With a 30" hickory wheels in your choice of either rubber or steel tire and a curved sign board in black for advertising, the cart is sure to get you noticed.

Plus, both sides offer great displays for all types of merchandise, from produce to gift items. Custom sign with logo or chalk board finish available (not included in price). If you're looking for something unique and tailored to your brand, we've got you covered!

With a wide range of options for signage and cart covers - including canapy style - you can get exactly wat you need. Give us a call at 605-996-8754 to chat about your branding and merchandising goals - we'd love to work with you to create a design that meets all your needs.

Don't forget to allow 3-4 weeks for delivery when ordering customization services. We look forward to hearing from you!


  • Box: 32 1/2" Wide x 48 1/2" Long
    • 40" wide with removable crates installed
    • 54 1/2" long including handle
    • 43 1/2" overall width at hubs
  • Box Height: 31 1/2" (37 1/2" with crates)
    • 73" to top of sign board
  • Axle - 43 1/2" OAL 
  • Crates: Inside - 16 1/2"L X 14 3/8"W X 6 9/16" H                                                        Outside:- 18 18"L X 15 1/8"W X 7"H


  • Question: What sort of axle assembly do these carts have?
    • Answer: The wheel/axle assembly on these are designed so the wheels fit on a straight shaft axle with a slight tolerance included for greasing. You will need to lubricate the axle regularly as needed .
  • Question: My axle is rotating. What should I do?
    • Answer: The axle should be fixed tightly so that the wheel will rotate on the axle spindle. It will need lubrication so that the wheel turns freely on the axle.

      To resolve this, remount the axle to the cart tightly, then remove the wheels from the spindle and do the following:

      1. If you have a metal hub you can lubricate the spindle and washers with motor oil or grease. If the wood hub wheel rides directly on the spindle you use beeswax/candle wax/paste wax, or even Vaseline.
      2. Replace the wheel on the spindle without the retaining nut, assure that the wheel spins freely.
      3. Adjust the fit of the nut to the point of just starting to add friction to the rotation of the wheel. Do not completely tighted against the wheel, the wheel must spin freely on the spindle.
      4. The axle must not turn in the clamp.
      5. Reapply lubricant as needed on a regular schedule
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