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Thread: 4wd HI Ace LWB van with whgeelchair lift for sale

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    4wd HI Ace LWB van with wheelchair lift for sale

    This van has served me very well.
    1995
    2.8 naturally aspirated diesel motor.
    R15 tyres in good nick.
    New wof.
    Reg till July 2016
    342,000km
    4wd. High and Low ratio via transfer box. 5 speed plus reverse in both ratio's. Free wheel front hubs.
    Long body.
    5 door.
    Jap radio cassette
    Towbar
    Wheelchair lift is electric hydraulic and will lift over 200kgs. Can be pivoted out to be used as a bench or cooking platform.

    I have used this lift for lifting large rocks, then rolling them onto a trailer, lifting deer/ pigs, generators and other heavy equipment, motorbikes etc into back of the van. It is a marvellously handy and versatile piece of gear and I will really miss it.

    The van is mechanically sound with new wof.

    I drive at under 90km per hour and get better than 10 km per litre economy . Uses little oil or water. Regularly serviced and maintained.

    Because of the bush work, hunting and narrow tracks I used this van on, I have not bothered to keep repairing minor dings. I just use rustkill on exposed metal and then a coat of metalex paint over for preservation. Therefore the body work is not pristine but is OK. Bugger all rust and what is there is minor.
    There is also an old worn set of hoop type roof racks (3), which I used to carry my canoe. These will be supplied to the buyer of the vehicle. When camping out I rig a tarp over top of van and out one side. This makes a good roomy bivvy and you can sleep outside or inside the van, cook on the wheelchair lift and carry heaps of gear inside. Chilly bins full of pheasants or snappers, flounder etc..
    Upholstery was enjoyed by my dogs so the fold down rear seat has a few vinyl patches glued on the rips. Seat covers over the front patched seats.

    Have recently bought a new vehicle and we don't have room at home for this one.

    It will make a great hunting or fishing outdoor vehicle for someone and has plenty of life left in it yet.

    $4000.
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    Last edited by Woody; 01-12-2015 at 10:35 AM.
    mucko and WallyR like this.

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    I need to get rid of a 2010 Grand Vitara diesel 4x4 (Aussie import - when we came home before NZ'ers became criminals because of our country of birth - sore losers those Aussies ), otherwise I'd be very interested in this. Cheers

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    Hi Ace van is now sold, thanks.

 

 

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