FORD TRANSIT 2.2TDCi 310 L3H2 Long Wheel Base High Roof Refrigerated NO VAT 2015 - SOLD
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This is a really good honest, high mileage, but well maintained fully insulated and refrigerated Ford Transit van and is very cheap at just 3 years old.
It is the Transit 310 Long Wheel Base, High Top version, giving plenty of room in the back and 3 seats in the front.
It has covered 201,531 miles as a refrigerated sandwich delivery van, and as such is fully insulated and professionally fitted with a fully working Hubbard refrigeration unit.
The van has been serviced nearly every 15,000 miles and drives absolutely spot on, without the odometer, you would not believe this van has 201k miles on the clock. It has had the following 12 services, having just been serviced only 4,000 miles ago:-
On 14-12-2015 at 15,400 MIles
On 03-03-2016 at 30,700 MIles
On 04-08-2016 at 61,000 MIles
On 12-10-2016 at 77,000 MIles
On 18-01-2017 at 92,000 MIles
On 19-04-2017 at 107,000 MIles
On 12-07-2017 at 125,000 MIles
On 27-09-2017 at 137,500 MIles
On 28-12-2017 at 152,500 MIles
On 05-03-2018 at 167,500 MIles
On 25-05-2018 at 182,500 MIles
On 20-08-2018 at 197,480 MIles
It is MOT'd until September 2019
It has a lot of the modern Ford van refinements, such as central locking, electric windows, Bluetooth stereo etc.
It's got a full set of good tyres on it and looks fit to keep clocking up the miles.
Having 201k miles on the clock does inevitably mean it's got the usual bumps, scrapes and wear and tear you would expect from a daily working van of this mileage, but nothing beyond the usual.
Being fully insulated and refrigerated, it would obviously make a fantastic temperature controlled food delivery van, but the refrigeration unit could also be sold separately and replaced with a night heater to make a warm sleeping environment, even on cold Winter nights. Alternatively, all of the insulation could be stripped out and taken back to the panel van shell, which will be in very good condition as it has been covered up in insulation from new.