Miami Trailer Reviews and Food Truck Builder Directory

2014-08-18 22_47_01-Custom Wraps - Miami Trailer - Internet ExplorerManufacturer: Miami Trailer

Description:  Located in, of course, Miami, Miami Trailer is South Florida’s largest Food Truck and Concession Dealer, offering their units to businesses across the US (as a Minnesota native, this blog writer even spotted our own prized WSK in their listings!). We have over 15 years experience in the Food Truck industry, and hold a large stock of Completed and To-Be-Completed Concession Trucks and Trailers on hand for our customers’ needs.

This is done by buying large fleets of food trucks at a time and converting them by hand from scratch to custom food trucks, making sure that each one is unique. Thus we have a variety of options from Mobile Kitchens, Carts, Ice Cream Trucks, BBQ/Smoker Trucks/Trailers, and Coffee Trucks We offer a clean, modern and attractive Custom Wrap job on every truck we sell to meet the design of your dreams.

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Past Customers: World Street Kitchen, Clarabelle’s Cupcakes, Chef on Wheels

Customer Reviews: “I just wanted to send a Thank You to you and your staff for all your hard work on getting us exactly what we wanted! “Carole and Ed Martins Court Street Grille

Contact us to leave your own experience working with Miami Trailer. 

Address: 

7852 NW 74th St
Miami, FL 33166
United States

Phone: (305) 597-0043

Website: http://www.miamitrailer.com/

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  • Do you need a food truck or food trailer?
  • What Approximate Budget Is Available For This Build? (Helps determine equipment that will be installed.)
  • Give us some details on the type of truck / trailer you want to build. Also include the city / state you plan to operate the business.

About Andrew

A graduate in Bachelors of the International Culinary School at the Art Institutes, Andrew Steifer has spent his days obsessing over everything food and drink. While working towards his Wine Certification, he started writing his own Food Truck Blog focused on reviewing all the mobile vendors of Minnesota. Being the first person to stubbornly pursue a blog like this for their newly budding street food scene, it's safe to say Andrew's love of food trucks is almost dangerous, at least to his wallet. He's been writing since 2013, drinking since 2010, and consuming every delicious morsel he can find every chance he gets.