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mcha4452
  • Rank:Regular Dodger
  • Score:38
  • Posts:7
  • From:Malta
  • Register:20/10/2014 03:45:50

Date Posted:20/10/2014 04:02:02Copy HTML

Hi all

I'm new here, from the island of Malta. I found a Dodge 50 on the local equivalent of gumtree for sale at what seems a decent price (€2,400 - but I'll try get it cheaper). 

I want to convert it into a food truck but have a few questions. First of all is it a good idea? I haven't had a chance to look at the truck yet (not in country) so not sure about size, reliability etc. Also what should I be paying for a truck like this?

The truck comes with an original compressor and generator. Perkins engine. From what I can tell its a mk1. 

Any help is appreciated.

Pic: http://www.maltapark.com/assets/itemphotos/37/1/3701854_1.jpg

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