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Description / Ref MAN 24.430 6x2/2 RHD Tractor Unit (Petregs) - 40031  SOLD (Ring for availability)...
Photo (a gallery of photos is provided below - where available) MAN 24.430 6x2/2 RHD Tractor Unit (Petregs)
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These trucks come fully inspected and valeted and are ready to go straight to work.

These are RHD trucks and are suitable for UK, Non UK RHD Countries or Embargo'd Countries where Ex. Military vehicles are not permitted.

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These vehicles are perfect for use as a combination unit with any of our fuel tankers.

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Category Tractor Trucks Length
Manufacturer MAN Height
Engine 316 kW (430 HP) Width
Gearbox Semiautomatic (TipMatic) GVW
Brakes Air over hydraulic Hrs_Kms 968,621 km
Steering PAS RHD Date into Service
Tyres Year of Manufacture 2006
Max Load 7,100 kg Qty Available 0
Electrics 24 volt Export Requirements ...more NLR (No Licence Required)

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All prices qoted are GBP U.K. Pounds Sterling Ex. Works excluding VAT where applicable and shipping / associated costs.
Vehicles advertised are subject to remaining unsold.
All prices quoted are based on "per individual unit" purchased, any reductions on advertised price for multiple item orders is subject to negotiation and is conducted at the time of inspection or provision of LOI.
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Photo's shown above may represent a vehicle type rather than an actual vehicle, vehicles are available serviced and painted to customers preference

An export licence may be required for items sold to customers outside of the U.K.
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