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A series lister?

Post by ABarnes on Tue Oct 08 2013, 18:11





yet again another very good runner, ran for 2 days quite happily at the essex country show. this is another one that will be for sale but as usual i have no idea of value and also not 100% sure of model aswell, so any help here will also be vastly appreciated Very Happy 

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Re: A series lister?

Post by matt86 on Tue Oct 08 2013, 18:29

have a feeling its a ld1

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Re: A series lister?

Post by Abes on Tue Oct 08 2013, 18:43

Looks like the same as what we had on the autotrucks but could be wrong

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Re: A series lister?

Post by Foden on Tue Oct 08 2013, 23:20

Like the spec plate states, it is a Lister ST.

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Re: A series lister?

Post by Lewis MacRae on Wed Oct 09 2013, 15:36

That's a nice looking diesel although don't quite a lot of the lister diesels look the same?

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Re: A series lister?

Post by ABarnes on Thu Oct 10 2013, 14:15

Lol this is why the models confuse me, most listers look the same to me to lol! haven't heard of a lister st before?

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