- City: Fleetwood
- State: Pennsylvania
- Country: United States
- Listed: March 14, 2013 11:50 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
2006 Wabash Refrigerated Trailer 48′ w/ Carrier Ultra XT Reefer Unit & Lift Gate
REEFER RUNS AND COOLS WITH ONLY 10,000 HOURS! ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION, SOME STAINLESS TRIM, SPRING SUSPENSION, AND HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR. TIRES ARE GOOD. WE HAVE 4 OF THESE TRAILERS AVAILABLE BUT DIFFER SLIGHTLY WITH THE AMOUNT OF HOURS, MILES, AND DINGS (COSMETIC DAMAGE).
MODEL #: CARRIER ULTRA XT
SERIAL #: 1JJV482W76L023154
OTHER: 78,200 MILES, 10,000 HRS. ON REEFER
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