Cinnamon Snail, the popular vegan food truck that is arguably the greatest food truck to roam the streets since the invention of the internal combustion engine, is in trouble. The award-winning truck recently ran afoul of NYC inspectors when it was discovered that their vehicle registration had expired. According to a statement on the Cinnamon Snail Facebook, "the inspector made us close up for the day. We have to get our registration updated, and then go back for inspection with the the city. Until we can do both of those things... we will be on hiatus."

Cinnamon Snail says the wait for an inspection could take a month, so instead they're using the downtime to purchase a new truck and get it street-ready. "Our old truck will get sorted out, and eventually be a 'back up' vehicle, so we will never miss another day, and the sun will always shine, unicorns will always sing, and breakdancing will always occur inside the pentagon, and other official government buildings," owner Adam Sobel says on his Kickstarter page.

Sobel says the new truck, which is more spacious, costs $82,000, including the permit cost. On top of that, he estimates he'll spend at least another $20,000 to get the truck ready for business. Cinnamon Snail now has two weeks to reach its goal, and promises the following:

Should we receive full funding, we will be an unstoppable force in the vegan food galaxy!

Of course, we will do our best to get everyone's treats fulfilled quickly.
Should any hurdles or challenges arise that make it difficult to deliver said treat, we will use TNT and plastic explosives to blow away those hurdles (to kingdom come).

Let's say, Nicolas Cage tries to prevent us physically from delivering your shirt to the post office. HE WILL BE ELIMINATED (using Wesley Snipes to pack him tight into a catapult, and launch him into the sun.) Sorry Nicolas Cage, but you should have know better as to interfere.

Here's the Kickstarter page if you want to join the cult help out.