Rent this 345-horsepower ice cream truck for your next gathering.

Move over, there’s a new ice cream truck in town. Forget that rickety old ice cream truck with its faded stickers that haven’t been touched since the early 1990s. South Florida residents can now grab their cool treats from a 1935 Ford Hot Rod, the newest vehicle to join the Karmic Ice Cream fleet.

1935 Ford Hot Rod Doubles As A Wicked Cool Ice Cream Truck

A rolling work of art, this 1935 Ford Model 50 pickup is generates 345 horsepower and has a top speed of over 100 miles per hour. However, most of its time is spent sitting still while offering those favorite summertime treats that includes push-up pops, Good Humor popsicles, Klondike bars, ice cream sandwiches, and whatever nostalgic ice cream treat your heart desires.

The 1935 Ford is available to rent anywhere from Miami to Boynton Beach for any special occasion whether it’s a company picnic, a sporting event, or just an outing spent with friends. A Karmic Ice Cream ambassador comes with the truck to hand out treats as cool as the truck that offers them.

1935 Ford Hot Rod Doubles As A Wicked Cool Ice Cream Truck

This truck isn’t the only cool option to rent. Karmic Ice Cream even rents out a Harley-Davidson motorcycle that comes equipped with a freezer. In addition, Karmic offers a fleet of ice cream trucks that range from 1931 to 1958, and they also have pushcarts available.

"Hiring one or more of our ice cream pushcarts and trucks ensures every guest will not only enjoy a tasty ice cream dessert," said Karmic Ice Cream owner Deborah Popkin. "They also can create new memories while reliving a bit of their childhood – or the childhood they wish they had!"

Go ahead and reserve this 1935 Ford pickup for your next event, and enjoy the reactions from kids and adults alike. We're not sure if it comes with an ice cream truck jingle, but a performance exhaust works even better.