1993 PACIFIC RP16 ROLLER for sale $9,990
|Title||1993 PACIFIC RP16 ROLLER|
|Price||AUD $9,990 Plus GST|
1993 Pacific RP 16 Roller.
Showing Only 938 Hrs.
Ex RTA NSW
Powerful Perkins 4 Cyl Diesel Engine.
3 Speed Forward & Reverse Power Shift Transmission.
16 Ton Capacity.
$9,990 Plus GST.
Delivery Australia Wide.
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