BidSpotter UK welcomes Witham Specialist Vehicles

Ex Ministry of Defence vehicles
06
Aug
2014
Posted by: The Industrialist  /   Category: Cars & Commercial Vehicles / Classic Cars & Vehicles / On Bidspotter   /   No Comments

BidSpotter.co.uk welcomes Witham Specialist Vehicles to the world of Timed Online Sales with us. Witham’s first sale is currently online now, and ends this Thursday, 7 August at 14:00PM.

Witham’s , based in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire has been in business for more than 30 years and are one of Europe’s biggest companies specialising purely in the sale of Ex Ministry of Defense vehicles, plant and equipment.

Witham’s large 30 acre site located just off the A1 – which includes a 6,000 square foot Paint and Preparation Facility and a 7,500 square foot workshop – ensures that virtually all customer requests can be catered to. Need 100 vehicles at short notice? Witham’s are for you.

The sale currently online with BidSpotter.co.uk highlights eleven lots – seven Nissan Pathfinder 4×4 DCI’s manufactured from 2006 to 2009, and four Ford Ranger Double Cab Pickups manufactured from 2005 to 2009.

Both the Nissan Pathfinder 4×4 and the Ford Ranger Pickups are known for their rugged natures, having been tested in hostile environments, under extreme temperatures, and across the harshest terrain on earth.

Although you might not be heading out into the harshest terrains on Earth, the vehicles we have for sale here are just as suitable for city adventures or a country jaunt.

As the vehicles for sale are all ex Ministry of Defence vehicles they have had a single owner from the time of hitting the road and all come with a solid service history.

At present, the retail price of the Nissan Pathfinder is around £30,000 and the Ford Ranger comes in at about £19,000 – the vehicles on offer via BidSpotter could save you a very pretty penny.

All vehicles are on view at Witham’s:
Honeypot Lane
Colsterworth
NG335LY

Bidding is available online via BidSpotter.co.uk so jump online before it’s too late!

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