New MAN Heavy Weight

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Search Impex have released another cracking model in their Haulage Heavyweights range. This time in the guise of an MAN 8 wheel tractor unit in the colours of JB Rawcliffe & Sons from Skelmersdale. Read on for the blurb from Search Impex………

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The model has been produced exclusively for
Search Impex by WSI Collectibles as a certificated Limited Edition (155 pieces).

Established over forty five years ago, J.B. Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd., provides a complete service covering all aspects of transport, including general cargo and the movement of indivisible and abnormal loads, heavy lifting, installations &
removals, jacking, skidding and rigging. Route studies, site inspections and comprehensive site surveys by experienced personnel prior to movements of abnormal loads form part of the comprehensive service package, as do police notifications, liaison with highway authorities and structure owners and the provision of escort vehicles.

The company has a large array of specialist equipment with almost endless configuration possibilities. In terms of prime movers, J B Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd., currently has 20 units in the fleet, ranging from 38 tons up to the impressive 250 ton capacity MAN tractor units.</strong>

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Models, available from Search Impex, are priced at £103 each (including UK delivery & VAT). For details of availability of this and other models, collectors can visit the Search Impex website at http://www.search-impex.co.uk or call on 01332 873555.

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