1995 Foden DROPS 8x6 Hookloader Truck Left Hand
In Service Date: 30/08/1995. 12,897 kilometres unwarranted.
In the mid-90s, the British Army ordered several hundred Foden with a hookloading capability, to fulfill the requirement for delivering loads to front-line troops in locations requiring an off-road capability. Needing to deliver items such as containers, flat racks and various other "drop and go" items, the loading could reportedly be carried out within or around 30 seconds.
DROPS (Demountable Rack Offload and Pickup System) was the named specification, having been also assigned to their cousins fabricated on Leyland Daf platforms. Smart and low mileage Foden DROPS are a rarity, and this one comes from a very small number of this quality.
To register this vehicle in the UK, we are supplying with it a Date In Service Certificate Official Supplied, which is needed as part of the registration paperwork. HM MoD ask us to ensure we obtain a copy of the Buyer's Passport Id for approval before collection and we remind clients that for clients wishing to export, we will not be cancelling the sale if the client cannot obtain a SIEL Export Licence. Like all items in our auctions, this lot is Sold As Seen.
As part of further information for the buyer, the MoD declare that this vehicle contains EAR 99, so please see the attached documents for De Minimus letter from MoD. The Foden DROPS contains Assets Subject to Special Controls (ASSC).
VAT at 20% will be added to the sale price of this lot and a Buyers Premium will be charged at 12% plus VAT on the sale price and added to your invoice.
The item is for collection from Brightwells Ltd, Stoney Street, Madley, HR2 9NH.
This lot is Direct from Her Majesty's Ministry of Defence Government Disposals Contract.
For more information, please contact Matthew Parkin on 07813 936698.
Chassis Number: SFNIMMLCOSO600180
Docs: Date In Service Certificate Official Supplied (For Uk Registration Purposes)
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