ERF Trucks For Sale

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Closed as a marque in 2007, ERF trucks are still the vehicle of choice for some of the UK’s biggest businesses. The used ERF trucks for sale on TruckLocator.co.uk are still reliable when it comes to local and regional distribution and ERF’s heavy goods vehicles remain popular on the second-hand market as they provide great value for money.

ERF’s heavy trucks were built for purpose in Munich, with lighter vehicles built at its factory in Sandbach, Cheshire until 2002. The final range of ERF lorries were based on trucks produced by ERF’s owner MAN, which means that buyers looking for ERF models newer than 2007 should take a look at Truck Locator’s MAN page.

Find out more about which of the ERF trucks for sale on TruckLocator.co.uk is suitable for your business.

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ERF EC ECT 11.39
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ERF EC ECT 11.39 POA
2006 | Tractor Unit ERF ECT11-39 6X4 TRACTOR UNIT, 2006 MODEL, SLEEPER CABIN – RIGHT HAND DRIVE, 390 BHP CUMMINS ENGINE, MANUAL GEARBOX, ONLY 514000 KMS, STEEL SUSPENSION, SLIDING 5TH WHEEL, GOOD TYRES, DRIVES WITHOUT FAULT, For more info or pics contact - sales@vindicoltd.co.uk
Vindico UK Ltd
ERF EC T10
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ERF EC T10 POA
2006 | Tractor Unit | 44000kg Low Roof Sleeper Cab, MOT July 2015, Pet Reg, Excellent Condition 430 Engine.
E M Rogers
ERF EC ECM
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ERF EC ECM £9,750.00
2002 | Chassis Cabs | 32000kg We Currently have a ERF ECM 12.36 Ex Hook Loader Truck For Export Axle Configuration: 8X4 Double Drive Cabin Type: Day Kms: 549,653 Suspension Type: Steel (Multi-leaf) Transmission Type: Manual Also fitted with PTO and Hydraulic Pump Additional Info: Please Call Yom: 2003 For All Enquiries Please Contact Us Using The Information Below +44 (0) 1262
M.W. Tractors
ERF EC ECS
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ERF EC ECS £3,995.00
2001 | Demounts | 26000kg ERF ECS 6x2 curtainside, 26 tonnes, 2001, 51 reg, sleeper cab, the clock reads 926484kms, m11 cummins engine, 16 speed ZF gearbox, underslung tail lift Length: 11.10 Metres Width: 2.50 Metres Weight: 26.00 Tonnes Height: 3.90 Metres
GS International Trucks Ltd
ERF Unknown FLATBED
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ERF Unknown FLATBED POA
1994 | Flats | 26000kg 28ft FLATBED WITH TWISTLOCKS,
Shelton Motors
ERF EC EC11
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ERF EC EC11 £5,250.00
2000 | Tractor Unit 2000 ERF EC11 6x2 tractor unit, 405 Cummins engine, 16 speed Eaton gearbox, slider, single sleeper. Tested until June 2016. Fully serviced, ready for work £5250+vat
ERF EC T 390 6x2 Rear Lift Flatbed
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ERF EC T 390 6x2 Rear Lift Flatbed POA
2004 | Flats | 26000kg 2004 ERF ECT 390 6x2 Rear Lift Sleeper Cab Flatbed, 390hp Cummins Engine, 16 Speed ZF Manual Gearbox, Twin Bunks, Radio/Stereo, Heavy Duty Flatbed Body, Excellent Condition, ?ú10,950 up to Walvis Bay, Namibia
Law Exports Ltd
ERF EC 11.30
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ERF EC 11.30 £7,995.00
1999 | Curtainsiders | 26000kg Fitted with a 9.4 Metre Body, Rear Barn Doors, Rear Lift Axle, Sleeper Cab, Electric Window, Heated Mirrors, Night Heater, Radio & CD Player, Sunroof, Eaton Gearbox, Cummins Engine, 8 Ton Front Axle. On Steel suspension. The gearbox is an 9 Speed Manual. The engine is rated at 300 BHP. The truck's MoT runs until May 2016. Please quote ref: ERCU7015
Addlestone Commercials
ERF EC T 420 6x2 Midlift Tractor Unit
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ERF EC T 420 6x2 Midlift Tractor Unit POA
2003 | Tractor Unit | 44000kg 2003 ERF ECT 420 6x2 Midlift Tractor Unit, 420hp Cummins Engine, 16 Speed ZF Gearbox, Radio/Stereo, Twin Bunks, Excellent Condition, ?ú7,950 up to Walvis Bay Durban ?ú8,500 CIF up to Dar es Salaam Mombasa
Law Exports Ltd
ERF EC 6
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ERF EC 6 £2,750.00
1997 | Chassis Cabs | 18000kg ERF EC6 210HP Cummins 6BTAA engine 4x2 chassis cab, LHD, auto gearbox vertical stainless exhaust, spring suspension. £2750 + vat
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in ERF's history
01.01.1933
ERF Established
ERF is established by Edwin Richard Foden, whose name the company bears. Foden designed the first steam wagon to run on steel tyre wheels in 1898, which was a huge success and greatly influenced the design of future trucks. Foden, with the help of his son, Dennis, designed and built the first diesel lorry, which went into production as the first ERF truck in 1933.
01.01.1950
Founder Passes Away
Edwin Richard Foden passes away at the age of 80 and Dennis becomes Managing Director of ERF. The company goes public four years later.
01.11.1981
ERF EC Range Introduced
The C Series is introduced, based on the B Series from 1974 came with a choice of Cummins engines
01.01.1986
E Series Launched
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The E Series could be fitted with either a Cummins or Rolls Royce (to become Perkins) The model numbers denoted the engine size, for example the E10 would be the Cummins L10 10-litre version.
01.05.1993
EC Range Launched
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The EC range is introduced in May 1993 and soon becomes ERF’s highest selling product ever. The company invests £14 million in order to develop the new tractor and rigid truck range.
01.01.1996
ERF Bought by Western Star
The company is purchased by Canadian group Western Star for £27.4 million, with some ERFs bearing the Western Star badge in Australia and other countries.
01.03.2000
ERF Bought by MAN
ERF again changes hands, this time purchased by MAN, a leading German truck manufacturer.
01.08.2000
ECS and ECX Launched
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Two new models - the first with steel cabs are launched
01.04.2002
ECT Launched
The Austrian manufactured ERF ECT launched at Motor Show
01.01.2007
ERF Closed
The ERF marque is retired completely.

ERF was purchased by MAN AG from the Canadian group Western Star in 2000, after increasing pressure from the PACCAR-owned DAF. MAN closed the Cheshire factory in 2002 and relocated ERF’s operations to its own factories in Germany and Austria, with ERF continuing to operate as a marque in the UK until 2007. The MAN badge was used in other markets long before this point and the retirement of the ERF brand was more about consolidation than the standard of the trucks, which are still some of the most reliable and efficient ones on the market.

In fact, ERF has maintained a reputation for quality throughout its history, opting to buy in the best parts on the market rather than produce them in house – apart from the distinctive cabs and chassis. ERFs are still amongst the most popular British lorries ever produced, being cost-effective and still comfortable.

Which ERF truck is right for me?

ERF E Series

Trucks in the E Series were named by their engine size, with the models available being the E9 (9ltr), E10, E12 and E14. The same naming convention was continued after the launch of the EC series.

ERF EC Series

The EC Series was the last true British design from ERF, with subsequent trucks coming in the form of rebadged MAN trucks from Austria. The EC Series is arguably the best choice for local and regional drivers who specifically want a British truck. It’s worth bearing in mind, though, that the newer ECs did begin to incorporate more MAN parts, which, while still of high quality, were produced in Austria and Germany.

ERF ES series

The ERF ES series of tippers and tankers is one of the most popular in its class and is a good choice for local and regional haulage.

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Read some of the reviews left by Trucklocator users regarding ERF below. You can also view all ERF reviews.

Expert View - ERF Fan 4.5/5 by Craig Black ERF's long and proud history stretches back to 1933, when it was founded by engineering legend, Edwin Foden. Foden was one of the first to realise that the future of lorries was in diesel power and he... Read full review
You can't beat them 5/5 by ERF Fan Cabs that don't rust, proper chassis engineering and little technical wizardry - why the company disappeared I'll never know
Solid Engineers Wagon 4/5 by Neil McAleer Solid, no nonsense and it does what it says on the tin. ERF has been making trucks since 1933, so they must be doing something right. An ERF is a good 'engineer's wagon' with solid reliability and an... Read full review

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