Dave Songle has always been interested and drawn to vintage finds.  At an early age, he followed his mother at auctions, flea markets and estate sales.  Dave took this interest and turned it into a business when he opened the doors of Milk Truck Vintage, a fun and eclectic antique shop in the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado.  While in Colorado, Milk Truck Vintage served pedestrian traffic while also supplying national retail companies with props for their photo shoots in the Rocky Mountains.

DaveIn 2003, Dave moved to the East Coast.  The purchase of a 100-year old row home inspired him to incorporate architectural elements from 100 years ago into his family’s new home.  This triggered a passion for finding and re-using material.  He discovered the ability to re-use the material to create new, functional pieces that were extremely unique.  Since living on the East Coast, Dave has expanded his network of suppliers while growing his inventory and client base.  Dave provides goods and services for both residential and commercial clients.

Milk Truck Vintage and its Architectural Salvage Depot has evolved out of Dave’s appreciation for unique finds and one-of-a-kind creations.  Please visit Milk Truck Vintage in person, our website or Intsagram of Facebook to explore our past and present pieces.

Dave Songle


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