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1 ton bakkie with a Canopy, Tow bar. The bakkie is serviced on a regular basis and the drivers are skilled drivers so as to ensure safety

Shown below are the transport vehicle specifications of 1 Ton Bakkie, which is a Bakkie with load capacity of 1 Ton. This vehicle is available for use in transporting loads since 2024-02-16.

The Bakkie is located in Benoni, Gauteng. To find out if the 1 Ton Bakkie vehicle is still available to transport your load, contact Phumlani using the contact details below (click on the text below to reveal the details).

 

Vehicle Type: Bakkie

Location: Benoni, Gauteng

Load Capacity: 1 Ton

Contact Person: Phumlani

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