Think you’re a celebrity chef? Do you have a custom grilling truck that features a 27-inch grill putting out 24,000 BUTs as well as a full Rockford Fosgate audio system? Well Tim Love does. At the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, Love and his build team at Divine 1 Customs are showing off the Tim Love Toyota Tundra.
The Tim Love Tundra made its culinary debut at the college football face-off between Alabama and Tennessee at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. The system features a Solaire 27-inch grill with infrared burners, two John Boos cutting boards, two taps for beer and wine and cold storage coolers. The integrated audio system pumped out music at concert-level sound quality and fans were able battle the game out virtually thanks to the onboard PlayStation4.The tailgate reads: “eat, drink & live well.”
“This ingenious build highlights why the Tundra is the truck of choice for so many hard-working Americans,” said Steve Appelbaum, Toyota’s engagement marketing and motorsports national manager. “It’s more than capable of hauling equipment to the job site during the week and then pulling tailgate duty at the stadium on game day.” Chef Tim Love is the owner of several Fort Worth restaurants including Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Woodshed Smokehouse and the White Elephant Saloon.