Log Cabin Style Hot Dog Trailer for Sale in Clinton, NC
Equipment and Features:
Type of Mobile Food UnitConcession Trailers
Condition: Used – (Well-Maintained)
This is a 2017 Log Cabin Style Food Trailer which is fully-equipped. It already has permits from our local, Sampson County, city of Clinton and can work anywhere in the state of North Carolina. The dimensions of the trailer and the equipment are listed as follows:
– 6’ x 12’ kitchen, 6’ x 6’ front porch
– Total length: 21′
– Weighs approximately 6,400 pounds when loaded
– Pulls easily with a half ton truck.
– Trailer has brakes
– Electric tongue jack, LED lights
– Height Adjustable to 2 5/8 inch ball hitch
– 30 Amp service with RV plug
– Predator 3500-Watt super quiet generator
– Air conditioner
– Charbroil infrared commercial grill
– Commercial refrigerator with work top
– Electric griddle
– Food warmer
– 950-Watt microwave
– Self contained water system
– Hot dog/bun steamer
– Corn dog baking machine (bakes 6 at a time in about 1 1/2 minutes
– 4′ RV awning
– Other items included not listed
This trailer is set up to keep things simple.There are no deep fryers or large bulky exhaust hoods. It does have a small hood approved by our local health department.
We used this trailer for hot dogs, burgers, sausage dogs, soups, chili, and grilled cheese sandwiches among other things.
This trailer could be used for whatever your imagination and space would allow.
It’s a real eye catcher and great conversation piece.
We have met so many nice people and had so much fun, along with making some money.
We have done festivals, large and small, vacation Bible schools, auctions, cattle and swine shows or sales, and small birthday parties.
Now my wife is taking care of our baby granddaughter, so we are just ready to sell it and let someone else enjoy it. We have a small farm, so our time is limited, especially in the summer.
A friend and I built the building on the trailer. The walls and ceiling are FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) panels as required by the health department and insulated. It is well braced in the walls.
The ceiling of the front porch is sealed with cedar from a tree that was cut down from my home place.
It also has a folding cedar shelf under the serving window.
The trailer was built by a professional trailer builder who included extra bracing. My electrician brother wired it to state specs. However, if I were going to keep it, I would take out all the GFCI plugs and replace them with regular plugs. Reason being, most festivals that provide power are GFCI protected, so it can’t run on GFCI . An RV GFCI adapter can be used when there is no GFCI protection where you may plug in.
I will be glad to answer any questions you may have. I only deal in person, with cash.
We have the clean NC title in hand. Please contact us at 9109902701, or through email at email@example.com