There is one MINI WIENERMOBILE. An oxymoron? Maybe, but it’s much easier to wrap in bacon.
The 1969 model featured a Chevy motor home chassis, Ford Thunderbird taillights, and averaged 187 smiles per gallon.
The 1952 WIENERMOBILE has been living for years in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, and in our hearts forever.
The first WIENERMOBILE was created in 1936 by Carl Mayer. Nice job, nephew!
Six different WIENERMOBILE vehicles crisscross our nation all year, at any given time, like grill marks on a Smoked Sausage.
Where is it now?
Sighted and Delighted
Be a Hotdogger
We could say “drivers wanted,” but who we really want are WIENERMOBILE pilots who are skilled at delivering unlimited joy to thousands of people every day. If you have what it takes (a love of people, a winning smile, driving skill, and a desire to crisscross the country), apply here for the coolest job of your life.
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Wear It with Pride
Even if you don’t see the WIENERMOBILE near you, you can always have it on you—in the form of WIENERMOBILE caps, t-shirts, plush toys and other gear. Wear it with pride (and a perfectly grilled hot dog in hand).