Man Converts 1942 Truck Into A Hot-Rod Wedding Chapel On Wheels
If you're looking for a non-traditional wedding ceremony, look no further than Reverend Darrell Best's hot-rod chapel on wheels. Complete with stained-glass windows, a pipe organ and an altar, Reverend Darrell Best says he has everything he needs in his converted 1942-edition American La France fire engine to wed willing and daring couples.
Although the reverend offers a more traditional wedding ceremony at his brick and mortar chapel, Best Wedding Chapel, in Shelbyville, Illinois, he says it's the truck that gets the most attention.
Best charges a $200 fee plus $2 per mile. He’s performed four marriages and one renewal thus far.