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1996 Ford L8000 With A 1996 National Crane Model: 600c Mounted On The Back on 2040-cars

Year:1996 Mileage:43757

Castle Hayne, North Carolina, United States

Castle Hayne, North Carolina, United States

**1996 Ford L8000 with a 1996 National crane model: 600c mounted on the back.**

1996 Ford L8000 8 speed trans. tap axle with (mi 43,757)

vin #1FDYK82E6TVA2400

mounted on the back is a..

1996 National 16-18 ton crane model 600c with (3,847hrs) serial #27097

location:5430 barbados Blvd. Castle Hayne NC 28429


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