Best Family Truck, seats 7  

- Horse Transport - Glen Rowan, 1096 Birralee Rd, Westbury TAS 7303

$49800

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Ad Details

1994 Mitsubishi Dual Cab, 190 HP 11,000 GVM only done 314,000 kms. Seats 7, sleeps 4 in back and one in cab. Currently set up for 4 angle load for larger WB horses, but easily converted back to 5 straight load. Loads of storage, both in rug racks, under chest and under tray. Regularly making trips across the strait to Vic and NSW to compete 4 horses, with loads of space spare. 3 way fridge, 240 volt and 12 volt lights inside and out, gas hot water shower (outside), microwave, coffee machine, wine rack, 2 massive water tanks, gas outlet outside, large vinyl awning, zip up back flap, stallion guards, rubber floor, drainage plugs in middle of horse floor, room for portable yards under truck, hydraulic ramp, hay / gear storage on back of ramp, side door in living, middle bunk folds to seat. Goes like the clappers on the Hwy, love this truck !! Only being sold due to upgrading 2 trucks into one.

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