1957 American La France (9-19-17 – – 17-34)

60 year old fire engine. 6 cylinder Continental Big-Six engine with redundant starters and ignition. Repainted in 2008 with many chrome
accessories. I purchased from Benton Township in northeast Indiana in 2003.

Model number: N206
THE GOOD–over 1000 ft. of 2 -1/2″ hose and 150 ft. of 1- 1/2″ hose/30 ft.
extension ladder and 10 ft. roof ladder/8 ft. and 6 ft. pike poles/2
axes/misc. nozzles and hydrant tools/2 hard suction lines 10 ft. each/cheese
grater/2 electric hose reels with 50 ft. of rubber hose on each/4 Koehler
flashlights (do not work)/ working Federal siren/ALF chrome bell with eagle
standard on top/roof working dome red revolving light/2 searchlights /ALF
extinguisher/oak hose bed/2 hose bed baffles. Brakes just redone last week/
trans rebuilt in 2007
THE BAD–leak in gas-fill neck/drivers side has no window crank
mechanism/carburetor needs to be rebuilt.
Currently in a warehouse in Plainfield, IL. Would have to be towed or if
buyer is in Chicago area; arrangements could be made to store at current
location while repairs are made.

Robert A. (Rob) Williams,  Cell: 630.951.1762 or Email

Sale Category: Apparatus.