You are reviewing a 1994 Navistar/International 4700 LowPro with 234,000 miles and a Avenger 32' trailer with about 20,000 miles. The truck uses a Navistar DT-408 6 cylinder diesel engine with a Fuller 6 speed transmission. The truck and trailer are set up for transporting race cars. The truck has a 20' box with the front 12' having a coach suitable for sleeping 6, 4 comfortably with the remaining 8' for cargo space. The coach does not have plumbing but does provide a great place to get out of the sun or rain at the race track. When connected to shore power the coach has good A/C and enough heat to take the chill off. There is a small refridgerator. The rear roll-up door does need to be replaced. The trailer was custom made to match the height of the truck (10'4") with the vents and A/C unit adding 12" more to the overall height. This trailer has 3-6,000 lb. axles and a 5' tongue that allows for very tight manuvering without the truck and trailer colliding. There is also a 10'X15' canope that attaches to the trailer to keep the sun and rain off. The trailer does not have cabinets,benches, etc., it is clear and ready for your set up. The trailer has a 'Beaver Tail' tail gate. Both truck and trailer are black with flames painted on the truck cab. No other graphics will get in the way of your sponsers logos. I have about 300 miles on the last $7,000 service/maitainence that included all new tires for both the truck and trailer. All fluids and filters were changed (oil, fuel, coolant, etc.), new battery for the trailer brakes, new mid-ship bearing for the truck's drive shaft, lube and adjust the trailer wheel bearings as well as an overall inspection. The truck was built 29Jan'94, has a 254" wheelbase and includes air ride rear suspension that can be lowered to help hook-up the trailer. The total rig length is about 67'. I've owned this rig for about 7 years and driven it about 12,000 miles. The truck has disc brakes front and rear. It is titled as a motorhome so you don't need a CDL license to drive it in all 50 states. If you have any questions please email me with your inquiries.
12,000 miles in the last 7 years for primarily track days and car deliveries. Prior owner was a TransAm team from Hamilton, Ont. Canada. The TransAm team originally built this rig and used it for the 2002 race season putting 15,000 miles on it that year. I bought it in March of 2003.
Type: Inline 6 cylinder turbo diesel
Displacement: 408 cu.in.
Horsepower: 190 HP
Torque: 450+/- lb.ft.
Turbo was replaced 12,500 miles ago.
Capacity: 53 gallons
Fuel Type: Diesel
Manfacturer: Eaton Fuller
Trans Cooler: none
Type: single speed
Construction: Steel cab and box frame w/aluminum skin