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2013 FORD ECONOLINE Reefer/Refrigerated Truck in Livermore, CA
Stock Number: A18811


104,000 miles
2013 Ford E-Series Cargo, E 250 3dr Extended Cargo Van, Cargo Van, 2013 Ford E250 Extended Refrigerated Van This E-250 is clean and in great working c...
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Livermore, CA - 2,373 mi. away
2012 FORD ECONOLINE Reefer/Refrigerated Truck in Livermore, CA


107,000 miles
2012 Ford E-Series Cargo, E 250 3dr Cargo Van, Cargo Van, 2012 Ford E250 Refrigerated Cargo Van with 107k mi, Thermoking V200 reefer unit, 115 Volt st...
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Livermore, CA - 2,373 mi. away

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    Find Refrigerated Truck For Sale

    Also referred to as “Reefer Trucks,” these trucks are refrigerated for the transportation of perishable goods. The refrigerator unit can usually be seen above the cab. Besides standard refrigeration units, there are other ways that a refrigerated truck may be cooled. It is possible to find a refrigerated truck that is cooled with ice, dry ice, or occasionally liquid carbon dioxide.

    A refrigerated truck may be a self-contained unit or may be a separate tractor with a refrigerated truck trailer that can be detached. Self-contained refrigerated trucks come in a number of different body sizes that will help ensure that you have the right size trucks in your fleet to serve your needs and your customers properly. A refrigerated truck may have a van style body to transport smaller loads, while others may be a larger box truck which is intended to deliver larger loads to their clients.