First Volvo FH Built Gets Sold at Charity Auction
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The truck sold for €150,000, and it was bought by Jean-Pierre Ducournau, who is the founder of Ducournau Transports, in France. He currently operates an extensive fleet of Volvo trucks, which is now 300-strong. Ducournau said: "I am so pleased to have won this auction [. . .] In the mid-seventies, I was first in the south of France to own a Volvo F12 truck and for several decades I have been supporting different charity auctions."
A total of 35 bidders from all across Europe placed 95 bids in total, during a ten-day auction, which was held on eBay. The truck itself has not been left untouched, and it features a ‘number one’ badge on the front. It is also a high-spec model, with all the options a truck driver would ever want / need.
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