Those who are reluctant to meat will say that this is the biggest nonsense, and others that it is a vehicle, ie. truck of dreams. We’re talking about unusual barbecue grill/pit trailer which belongs to Terry Folsom who claims that his 18-wheeler is the largest mobile smoker in the world.
According to some sources the basis is the Peterbilt classic, model 379, and that dark gray behind it is the largest American barbecue (BBQ) smoker in the world. The custom-made trailer was built in 2000, has 24 smoking compartments and a firebox in the shape of the state of Texas at the rear.
In particular, it is about 76-foot long, and weighs 40 tons and, depending on the choice of meal preparation, will feed at least 5,000 people a day. Suffice it to say that the truck is about ten tons and the trailer over 36. It can process 8,000 to 12,000 pounds of meat at a time, enough for thousands of hungry folks. Folsom said he uses it only for charity. He has used it to help the Salvation Army in Galveston and for Hurricane Harvey relief.