2008 (08) Volvo FM 340 Curtainside, Euro 4, Ad Blue, 6x2 rearlift axle on air suspension, 6m wheelbase, I-shift gearbox, engine brake, 30FT curtainside body, rear barn doors, visor, high sleeper cab, single bunk, rear wall lockers, wood trim, fridge, air con, Parrot phone kit, MOT April 2022, good spec truck.
Last checked: 20.04.2021
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