Bloody Rose Mobile Boutique

The Bloody Rose mobile boutique is for sale.

It is a 1995 GMC P3500 Step Van base, and was a Martin Linens fleet van we converted to a mobile clothing boutique and operated locally in Austin, TX and surrounding areas. Great for anyone looking to start a mobile business/pop-up shop, or convert to a food truck or camper. 


  • Power steering
  • Automatic transmission
  • 13’ x 9’cargo/retail area
  • Vinyl “wood” floor
  • Custom fabricated rear barn doors
  • Custom fabricated under-chassis generator storage with sliding drawer
  • Custom fabricated removable steps
  • Removable passenger jump seat
  • Exterior lights
  • 3/4 plywood walls
  • Power outlets


  • Installed interior color-changing, remote controlled LED lighting
  • One Hyundai HY2800si 2600-Watt Portable Inverter Generator (value $850) - needs starter repair
  • Two sets of leveling blocks
  • Extra set of mud flaps

The cargo area is outfitted with vinyl flooring, clothing racks and pipes, a dressing room, electric pass-through from the generator box, exterior lighting, and interior color changing LED lighting. The cargo area also features custom fabricated rear doors, custom fabricated under-chassis generator storage with sliding drawer, and custom fabricated removable steps.

Purchased 2/2016 and hit the road in 11/2016. In order to create the mobile clothing boutique the van was gutted to remove fixed aluminum shelving and laundry storage bins and additional work was done to add walls, a dressing room, checkout counter, electricity, a generator, and more.

In addition to the custom fabricated parts, a lot of work was put into this step van to get her on the road including rebuilt engine, rebuilt transmission, new master cylinder, new radiator, new windshields, new serpentine belt, new water pump, and more. (Service records available on request.) Some work is still needed on the dashboard heating and air conditioning, column shifter and transmission interlock solenoid.

Current Photos

Driver side with logos (now removed).

Cosmetic scratch on the right side of the cargo area and custom fabricated generator box.
Interior looking out the back from the checkout counter. Clothing racks and poles on the walls. Ceiling-mounted air conditioning and heating unit. Handrail for easy entry, curtain rod across the back. Inside the doors painted with chalkboard paint.
Interior looking in from the back.


Custom fabricated, removable steps.


Driver seat with power outlets, and LED lighting control center.


Manufacturer Infomation


Current Odometer Reading

Before Conversion

Here's what the boutique looked like before and during the conversion.

Original rollup on the right, custom-fabricated doors on the left.
Interior walls and flooring installed.