2014 Iveco Daily 70C17 HDT EEV, Inverter, LED Lighting, Tail-lift


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£8000+ spent in 2021 to keep it mechanically/structurally sound, repaired and serviced by SCANIA Heathrow – Invoice available.

2014 Iveco Daily 70C17 EEV (Enhanced Environmentally-friendly Vehicle) HDT Heavy Duty Truck

75,000 miles (~ 120,000 km)
7000kg (7-tonne)
Ex Snap-on Tool Truck, bought for use as a portable workshop/OB Truck, but not used after COVID so want it gone to a good home and clear some forecourt space.
Have spent lots of money keeping it going, and so at this point it can be furnished/decorated by someone else.
Under the hood should be good for a long time to come.
There is an inverter fitted in the bulkhead between cab and rear area. It has been disconnected as we use a 16A feed plugged in the side of the vehicle when power is needed.
The Inverter model is a Victron EasyPlus Compact, Value is ~£750 new.The LED lighting and 12v Cigarette lighter socket in rear works off the leisure battery. This can be charged via a 16A feed in the side of the vehicle, and the leisure battery is charged up when the vehicle is running.The inverter (when wired in) would allow the 13A sockets in the rear area to work, without needing a 16A feed in the side, should be easy enough for an electrician / auto-spark to get it back up and running.There is a small hole in the floor of the rear area where a diesel heater had it’s fuel and exhaust lines running – there is no diesel heater installed anymore as we did not need it, but should be easy enough to put one back in if it was desired, otherwise the hole could be plugged/filled.
Shelves and Racking installed in the rear, with Workbench, can be unbolted quite easily.
Rear loading area accessible via side-door and steps, plus Palfinger Tail-lift mounted on rear in-front of barn doors (98cm width x 182cm tall)
Parking/reversing camera installed.
Walk-through cab / Rear barn doors / Side-loading door
Digital tachograph fitted/installed (Last calibrated 2021)
Hands-free Phone controls on steering wheel
Electrical 16A CEE-Form hook-up installed on side of van.
Electrical 13A sockets installed to rear.
Deadlocks on doors
Translucent ceiling to allow some natural light/increased visibility in rear loading area – Roof is a solid piece of fibreglass/perspex-like material, in great condition, see picture – clean and no sign of damage!
Mechanically sound, gearbox is fantastic, viewing in person recommended, test drive available – vehicle located at Shepperton Studios.
Easily converted for use into to a mobile workshop or portable office – but would also be a fantastic conversion to a motorhome, horse box, racecar transport, lots of space to re-organise and arrange as preferred internally, plus side door to rear area and tail-lift for heavier loading.