Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno

Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno
Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno

Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno

FORD TRANSIT 90 T330 ICE-CREAM VAN. PLEASE NOTE - SLUSH SET-UP IS NOT INCLUDED WILL BE TAKEN OUT BEFORE SALE. I'LL BE LEAVING ALL WIRING, HIGH POWERED ALTERNATOR, VOLTAGE SENSING RELAY ETC SO ALL IT NEEDS REPLACING IS THE INVERTER/BATTERIES AND SLUSH MACHINE AND ITS READY TO SELL SLUSH AGAIN IF WANTED. Built in 2009 by Tony Delduca. Heavy duty T330 chassis can take any weight and still be legal.

Carpigiani 381 machine - same as Super Uno & Van Uno. New fuel pump last year. MOT'd until February 2022. Its the T330 heavy duty chassis carries up to 3.5t with the bigger wheels etc. The van runs and drives lovely with plenty of power and hasn't been abused while we have owned it, there is never any smoke on start-up or running and its MOT'd until February 2022 with the only advisory being windscreen damage from a large stone-chip but its the top left side (passenger side) and not in the wipers view or drivers view - not an MOT fail.

The last owner has a fleet of vans all on pitches and. Had it built at Tony Delduca's around 2009. And this was his back-up van that rarely got used and w as kept in a garage for 10 years before we bought it. When we bought it the van had the older Van One machine in and we upgraded at great expense to this Carpigiani 381 fully fitted by Andy Gibson and has all the right parts as you can see from the pictures. For those who don't know these machines are the same as the Super Uno and Van Uno and we can testify to that as we have those in the other vans and there is no difference at all.

The machine runs lovely and cuts out in 4 minutes and its never let us down even on our busiest of events, its got the button to switch it on on the dash and a cut-off switch on the clutch pedal as all vans should have - we had this fitted at Gibsons too along with the machine extractor fan set on auto as previously it was on manual switch. The freezer gets down to -35 and the chiller was new in 2009 (as far as I know) along with the full machine base, sink unit, front drive etc. The condensing unit for the freezer and chiller was new when built also.

The body had the rear lights redesigned and the rear vents to try to make it look a bit more modern. No roof vent but that means no leaks, we run a large desktop fan at the back of the van from the inverter and even with the slush running the van stays nice and cool, the drivers side rear serving window slides open also and this is essential when running a slush machine. There is also a small fan that can plug into the cigarette lighter. We spared no expense on this van, the full slush set-up we had done at Andy Gibsons in March this year using all new parts and we are putting these main components into our new van.

If wanting to run slush it just needs the two batteries, an inverter and a slush machine putting in and its good to go and with a slush costing just 10p to make its definitely worth it should you want to. All the wiring/fuses/sockets etc will be left on the van including the 150amp alternator. We were advised to get a Mark 7 tensioner bracket and pulley as they are a lot stronger than the Mark 6's for running the extra load so we did. All the other electrics work, has two interior lights quite bright, cone lights etc and the 64 chime box I'll be keeping and replacing with another (not sure what chime). Bad bits - nothing much, the clocks were changed in 2009 when at 110k and has only done around 20k since then and now showing around 80k but the main things that fail on these engines is the fuel pump and that failed on us last year and was replaced for a new one so no worries there. Odd mark to bodywork as expected and could maybe do with some repaint around the front bumper. Slight oil leak from sump gasket so the price will be adjusted to take this into account and the new owner can get it sorted. This van has no rust issues and is lovely underneath and has many years left in it. Cash on collection or cleared bank transfer before the van is released, a full receipt will be given. I won't accept a deposit to secure without the van being viewed first and I'm not interested in any part-exchanges sorry.

The item "FORD TRANSIT ICE-CREAM VAN 2004 HEAVY DUTY T330 CARPIGIANI 381 SUPER UNO" is in sale since Sunday, September 5, 2021. This item is in the category "Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles\Commercial Vehicles\Other Commercial Vehicles".

The seller is "collectable_items_4_u" and is located in Rotherham. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.


Ford Transit Ice-cream Van 2004 Heavy Duty T330 Carpigiani 381 Super Uno


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