2009 Freightliner MT45 Food Truck in Beaverton, OR
Equipment and Features:
Type of Mobile Food UnitFood Truck
I bought this food truck in 2014 from Sizzler in Orange County CA for $100K. It’s built to be a sandwich and fries truck, but we served rice bowls, fried foods, veggies, and meats. This truck has a lot of kitchen equipment and you can do a lot with it. I suggest using the griddle and grill to cook your meats, you can also do burgers, skewers, fried rice, breakfast foods, or just about anything really. We did 2 years in CA and 3 years in Oregon. We did caterings, festivals, parties, large events, concerts, corporate offices, breweries, and wineries. It’s a mobile truck that drives well, so anything is possible with it.
It comes with:
– Grill: 21” x 23”
– Griddle: 36” x 21”
– 2 Ovens
– Freezer: 23” x 55” x 20.5”
– 4 Fridges: (2) 24” x 24” x 17”
– (1) 28” x 27” x 20” With cutting board area on top
– (1) 45” x 25” x 21” With cutting board area on top
– 3-compartment Sink 29” x 14” total
– Hand washing sink 15.5” x 13”
– 3 Fryers: (2) 13.5” x 15” and 6.5” x 15”
The grill, the griddle, and the deep fryers are all powered by propane and work great! We have never run into any issues with those and the propane tanks are located on the passenger side and must be refilled at a gas station. The ovens are also connected to the propane. We only used them a couple of times during the first year because we didn’t need them and they made the truck too hot. I haven’t tested them, but they should work fine. There is a lot of space for deep frying and there are 5 exhaust vents above the cooking areas.
The truck has 1 freezer and 4 working fridges. I suggest not running all of them at the same time because it could shut the generator off if the truck is using too much power. We no longer use the AC for that reason. You want to be conservative about how much power you are using at once because if you power on too much at once it could kill the generator or the electricity hook ups in the building you are plugged in.
The truck has a gray water tank that’s 34 x 27 x 17.5 inches for the 3-compartment sink and a small tank for the handwashing tank, which is connected to the ice chest located outside under the order window. The cap on the handwashing sink is missing and easily replaceable, we never replaced it since we mostly only emptied ice water from there.
We just got the water tank replaced so it’s brand new and working great. We have a hose that attaches on the outside and there is also another hose on the inside that can be used to clean the fryers and floors. The fresh water tank has a leak in it and will need to be patched up if you won’t be getting water everyday.
The truck runs on a diesel engine and works great. We got the transmission replaced and did regular maintenance checkups. We haven’t had any issues with the engine other than the batteries dying a few times. You can jump start the truck and generator yourself with good jumper cables. The generator is a Cummins generator and holds the highest possible power and the switch panel is located on the drivers side of the truck. The wrap on the outside was done in CA and it is a sticker that can be removed and replaced with your own. There are 2 windows to the truck, one for ordering and the other for handing out food. The panel to cover the order window is missing, but we were able to run the truck without it for 6 months. The truck has window panels on the top to let air in as well. There are shelves and storage space located at the top of the truck. We used 1-2 of the small fridges for storage as well since we didn’t want to overpower the generator.
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