Mag Specialty Vehicles Food Truck Builder Customer Reviews

mag specialty vehicle logoManufacturer: MAG Specialty Vehicles

Important Update: In 2016, Mag Specialty Vehicles transitioned into APEX Specialty Vehicles. Please visit the APEX Specialty Vehicles updated profile page here.

Description:  MAG Specialty Vehicles (MSV) is a custom fabricator specializing in food trucks and trailers. MAG is different from other food truck builders in that they are the largest step van dealer in the U.S. with MAG Trucks, they offer in-house financing with MAG Capital, and can delivery your vehicle anywhere in the continental U.S. with MAG Transport.  They have an all in one solution within a 50,000 sq. ft. facility located in Kansas City, MO.

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Past Customers: Mark’s Feed Store BBQ, Gioia’s DeliNot Your Grandma’s Cupcakes

Customer Reviews:  “The California State Inspector said, “was the best truck he has seen in years.”  …Really impressed with the quality and precision of the build.  Needless to say, Bella Luna Food Truck passed inspections with flying colors.” – Vincent DeAngelo, Bellini Restaurant Corp.

“When I needed a completely custom truck, MSV was there to help. They took care of everything from start to finish…state and county approvals, engineering renderings, and floor plans. This made it simple and quick to get approved from corporate. The speed and efficiency they work at is really impressive.” – Jeff Gowing, BaseCraft

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3320 S Outer Belt Rd
Grain Valley, MO 64029
United States

Phone: (800) 805-6818





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Brett Lindenberg is the founder of Food Truck Empire and Food Empire Pro. Brett's mission is help to entrepreneurs start and grow profitable food businesses. Since 2014, Brett has interviewed over 100 entrepreneurs on the Food Empire Pro podcast and written hundreds of blog posts on all aspects of food business. Brett has been quoted in media outlets like Entrepreneur Magazine, CNBC, and The Washington Post.