Popcorn Wagon's & Machines We Own and Operate

1906 Number No. 1 wagon with wooden popper case:

One of the most portable models of popcorn machines built by C. Cretors and Company was the No. 1. This machine was easily maneuvered by hand (through the use of a hand held yoke) and could be set up for business on very short notice.

1906 Model D popcorn wagon:

One of the largest varieties of popcorn wagon's built by C. Cretor's and Company. This wagon had an option of being built larger than the normal Model D, (notice the two distinctive mirrored signs in lieu of the more normal one). This variety of wagon has been often referred to as a "Circus Wagon."

1913 Model D popcorn wagon:

Joe Kitchen purchased this wagon in 1933. It was his first popcorn wagon and the popcorn wagon that he began Kitchen's Kitchenette.

19__ Model A popcorn wagon:

This machine is currently undergoing a frame off restoration. Often referred to as the fanciest of the popcorn wagon's ever made by C. Cretor's and Company. This wagon features the main entrance door in the front of the wagon in lieu of the rear side. There is a gum rack located over peanut roaster.

1926 Model TT Popcorn Truck:

This wagon is currently undergoing a frame off restoration. The Model TT Truck is one of seven remaining Cretors concession trucks of the Model TT Style. Most of the remaining Model T Style units are in museums. There are three remaining Cretors concession trucks of the Model A Style. All of the Model TT Trucks have been restored except one which Mr. Pearson says is a basket case and may never be restored.


1922 No. 6 Steam Peanut Roaster and Corn Popper:

19__ 401 Sidewalk Unit

Popcorn Wagon's & Machines We Own and Operate
The Popper
The Steam Engine
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