If transporting a variety of bulk and solid loads is what you need and you don’t want the restrictions of enclosed bodywork, then a Citroën Ready to Run Dropside conversion is the right choice for you and your business. Popular with a variety of different professions including outdoor trades, such as light construction and landscaping, a dropside converted vehicle has many benefits on offer.
Both side and tailboards are hinged along the lower edges, pivoting down below deck level for loading. The practical, open bodywork can transport a mix of loads and equipment as required. In fact, dropsides offer two bodies in one. By removing the side boards, tailboard and the rear corner posts, the Citroën Relay Ready to Run Dropside can be transformed into an open flatbed body, ready to carry palletised loads in particular.
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