1993 K FORD TRANSIT 2.5 1d county 4x4

£14,995
  • 64183 miles
  • £TBC 6m Tax
  • TBC CO² (g/km)
  • Diesel
  • £TBC 12m Tax
  • 2.5 L
  • -- Avg. MPG
  • Ins. Group: 0
  • Details
  • Features
  • Finance

Details

  • Price
    £14,995
  • Fuel Type
    Diesel
  • Body Style
    PICK UP
  • Engine Size
    2496
  • Number of Doors
    4
  • Exterior Colour
    White
  • Registered
    1993
  • Transmission
  • Mileage
    64183 *
  • Owners
    2
  • Emissions
    TBC CO² (g/km)
  • Road Fund
    £TBC 6m Tax
  • Road Fund
    £TBC 12m Tax

Performance

  • Max Power
    TBC bhp
  • Max Torque
    0 lbft
  • Max Speed
    0 mph
  • 0-60 Time
    0.0 secs
  • MPG Extra
    0.0 mpg
  • MPG Combined
    -- mpg
  • MPG Urban
    0.0 mpg

For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01623 634206

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Features

For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01623 634206

We are very excited to own such a rare and what we only can imagine to be the best Transit County 4x4 in the country if not in the world for sale today. This truck has had one former keeper from new purchased new by Ford and built by MJ Allen who has a history of converting these and other models. The conversion comprised of a Dana 44F front axle and NP208 transfer box (both lifted from the Ford Bronco), three custom propshafts to connect the transmission to the transfer box and then to the axles, heavy duty leaf springs, larger front brake discs, heavy duty steering box, and a rear subframe to increase the ride height. The rear axle was a standard Transit item, and 16 inch rims were fitted all round. Mainly used by utility companies like National Grid, by the MOD, and mountain rescue teams, the Transit County 4×4 proved to be a capable vehicle both on and off road, with the ability to carry both crew and equipment just about anywhere. With the introduction of the Mk3 Transit in 1986 came the next generation of the County 4×4. This would prove to be a very popular and successful version of the Transit County 4×4, and the last to use the beam axle layout. Later (1991 and onwards) County 4×4. Please call and speak to myself Liam for any more information regarding this fantastic find.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.

Finance

Representative APR shown in example above.

Fees are already accounted for within the payments displayed and are also included within the total amount payable.

Finance available subject to status. Indemnities may be required. Other finance offers may be available but cannot be used in conjunction with this offer. We work with a number of carefully selected credit providers who may be able to offer you finance for your purchase. We are only able to offer finance products from these providers. Postal Address: , Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, , NG19 9LF

Documents

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