Our Race Motors range includes vehicles with 1-12 tonne (and up to 14 pallet) capacity. Whatever your budget, cargo, power, comfort, and body requirements, the Scully RSV range is sure to have the vehicle for your needs.
Our refrigerated vans are handcrafted and constructed on site at Archerfield. We use only premium quality materials to ensure thermal efficiency and unmatched quality control. We want your cargo protected and transported – risk-free!
Our vehicles are available for purchase and Short/Long-Term Hire. If you have any questions about our refrigerated van bodies, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Race Motors offers fully customisable manufacturing of refrigerated vehicles, using local skilled trades people with a passion for quality craftsmanship. Our refrigerated vans are ‘Built with Pride’, and are handcrafted to ensure maximum reliability and unmatched quality.
1-12 tonne (and up to 14 pallet) capacity utilising Hino, Isuzu or Toyota. Whatever your budget, cargo, power, comfort and/or body requirements, the Race Motors range is sure to have the vehicle for your needs.
Race Motors Signature Series is the ultimate refrigerated vehicle in the industry, and represents more than 30-years experience in building the highest quality trucks. Fully customisable, the Signature Series includes a range of options including;
Vehicle servicing frequency and tasks depend on various factors, such as the car’s make, model, age, and usage. Generally, your vehicle should be serviced at least once a year or every 10,000-12,000 miles. Typical maintenance tasks include oil changes, tire rotations, brake checks, and fluid top-ups.
Buying a new or used car depends on your budget, preferences, and specific needs. A new car may offer the latest features and technology but can be more expensive. A used vehicle may be more affordable but may require more maintenance and repair. It is essential to research and compare various options before making a decision.
Yes, you can sell your vehicle if you still owe money on it, but you must first pay off the outstanding loan balance. This can be done by using the sale proceeds to pay off the loan or arranging for the buyer to pay the lender directly.
You can determine the value of your car by researching its market value using online valuation tools, considering factors such as age, mileage, condition, and location. You can also get an appraisal from a professional dealer or mechanic for a more accurate estimate.