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IMT DSC12 Mechanics truck.

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by cps, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. cps

    cps Senior Member

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    Anyone use or have any info on this type of Service truck?
    They have a more European look to them and might be suited to our roads etc! They look to based on a Mercedes Sprinter pick-up base unit like the middle pic, (Think in the U.S there known as freightliners)
    Have seen these on the net and cant help but think... Thats what I Need!!

    Look forward to your replies

    CPS

    merc imt.jpg

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    merc imt small.jpg
     
  2. qball

    qball Senior Member

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    imt builds an incredibly stout service body. you would be hard pressed to find a finer body.
     
  3. Hardline

    Hardline Senior Member

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    IMT makes a good crane and the Dominator series bodies are also nice. JJ
     
  4. LonestarCobra

    LonestarCobra Well-Known Member

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    The IMT beds and cranes are the best. I have run Auto-Crane, IMT, and Stellar, all new when I got them, and the IMT was hands down the best bed and crane. Auto Crane makes a good crane, but the IMT is faster and just as strong. That little Euro looking truck would get a man laughed at in these parts.
     
  5. cps

    cps Senior Member

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    Thanks for the replies!

    I hear what your saying Lonestar, so its true what they say ''every things bigger in Texas'':drinkup

    Just maybe a little to big for our wee roads here!!

    Still that little truck with U.S style body and crane would be great very my job!

    I know theres threads all ready about service trucks but any pics would be great!

    Cheers CPs