Selling my 1932 Sanford engine because of failing health. Apparatus was purchased new and served in the town of Smyrna, NY. Has original
Continental 6 cylinder engine, and 350 gpm Hale pump. Tune-up, new brake cylinders, and oak running boards were installed in early 2017. All
railings and discharges are brass. Last owner had it painted. Can pump from tank, but have never drafted with it. Comes as seen in pictures with
all equipment installed (Bell, siren, spotlight, 2 extinguishers, strainer, wye, 2 adapters, 3 sections of hard suction) Original picture of when it
was delivered is in the Sanford Fire Apparatus book, also have pictures before re-paint with original gold leaf design- $11,500.00
Mike Zimmerman 513-266-0863
I’m using the cab from this 1949 Chevy 6400 Fire Truck and have no need for the rest. The truck only has 6600 original miles on it and
everything in pretty amazing shape. It came from a small town that had it in storage since its retirement. The pump and the controls/ gauges are
still in place. The motor and transmission are present but missing a few parts like the carburetor and air cleaner. The cab, fenders, hood, (whole
cab and front end) are not included in this sale. The bed is in great shape, this truck could be nicely restored if you’ve got a cab, otherwise
it would be great to use as a parts vehicle for another restoration. $1500
Text, call or email Patrick Laughlin (615)796-3685 or EmailSale Category: Apparatus.
We are offering for sale One (1) American La France 750 gpm pumper, S/N L4927. The unit was originally from Collegeville, Pa., and contained a V-12 engine. Some time ago the engine was replaced with a modern Detroit Diesel engine M/N 6V53. The odometer reads 26,982 miles. The pumper is in good condition with only minor dents on the right front fender. All electrical systems have newer wiring, and all lights and sirens are functional. Tires are in excellent condition. The pumper was donated to the Cincinnati Fire Museum in 2014, and it has remained in a local firehouse ever since. It was being kept for use in parades and other city functions, but the city museum has decided to sell it. This is a very nice dependable, and usable truck.
Price: $12,500.00 Contact information: Jim Cogswell, 859-394-5367, Email
I have a 1929 International Harvester fire truck pumper I am selling. It has a Boyer hose bed and a Hale pump under the drivers seat. It is a open cab truck.I have the original Bell for it too. It is a 6 volt electric system. Flat head six IH cast block engine. It ran a year ago when I parked it. It currently doesn’t have the hose bed on it. I started a frame off restoration and have lost the funds. This truck served in Jamestown ND. It has around 5,000 miles on it. I am asking $5,000.00 obo. Thx. Contact Adam @(309)230-9251. The truck is in the Rock Island IL area.
This is the standard tactical firefighting truck for the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps from the 1960s to 2000 time frame. Fire truck assembled for Corps of Engineers standardized design by American Air Filter.
This truck was originally assigned to Newport Chemical Depot in Indiana, then Indiana Forestry, then an Indiana Chapter SPAAMFAA member then finally me, a South Jersey Glasstown SPAAMFAA chapter member. It has been to many Glasstown Musters in Millville NJ and was at the SPAAMFAA National meet in Philadelphia/Cherry Hill in 2013.
750 gpm Waterous pump, 400 gallon water and 40 gallon foam stainless steel tanks, Feecon around the pump foam system and deck nozzle, twin 300 ft booster reels with navy nozzles, Hercules LD465 diesel , hardtop,
Options include Airomatic power steering, 10000 lb front pto winch with chain and hook, air horns military fm radio antenna and MT 1029 radio mount, Federal PA20 siren, Motorola Syntor X VHF Hi band two way radio, twin Unity spotlights, twin Unity work lights, newer composite light turn signals, slave cable outlet, cab seating for 3, hardtop electric primer, original siren and revolving light, west coast mirrors with round convex, 2 spare mud and snow tires, highway tread tires for a smoother ride. Set of OVE tools including hydraulic jack, lug wrench, tire inflator
Accessories include adapters, fittings nozzles, applicator nozzles, 12 ft roof ladder, 30 ft 3 section extension ladder, spanners ,hydrant wrench, 1-1/2, 2-1/2 inch hose 3 4-1/2 inch hard suction hoses, 4-1/2 inch floating strainer, barrel strainer, axes, pike pole, sledge hammer, bolt cutters, 2 indian cans, 3 shovels, 20 lb CO2 extinguisher, 50 lb CO2 extinguisher (empty) , military crash turnout gear, stretchers, stokes basket, handlights, first aid kit, 2 Scott air packs
If I can find them I will include the military parts and repair manuals and Waterous pump manual.
Work done to the truck since I purchased it in 2004. Repaint in 2005 with Gillespie OD color and decals, new clutch and pressure plate, radiator, head gasket, filters, belts, hoses. Pump packing replaced, transfer valve and primer serviced. Brand new winch cable
Condition of truck: Body is good always stored indoors with minimal rust. Truck starts right up and will do 50 mph down the road. Smokes a little –as most of these Hercules multifuels do. Shifts good through all 5 gears, brakes are air over hydraulic and work ok but could need a little adjustment. Pump works well and will draft from a pond no problem. Will need batteries. Manual throttle on pump panel needs tightening. There is a leak from the winch looks like a gasket and a seal are needed.
Price is $10000 with all tools and accessories. This truck is being sold as is and as an antique fire truck. Clear NJ Title. Local pick up only. I will work with your shipper and have room to accommodate drop deck tailgate but have no ramp. Truck is located outside Atlantic City NJ
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.
For Sale: 1961 Crown Firecoach, Cummins 903, new motor, complete rebuild by Cummins Brideway, Fall 2015. Four Speed Spicer Transmission, new clutch, flywheel resurfaced. New turbo, new alternator. All belts & hoses replaced. Radiator reconditioned. Air Brakes work well. Starter rebuilt. Power Steering Valve replaced. Six new tires summer 2016.
Includes: Booster reels & hoses, 2 Nosels, 2 axes, 3 fire extinguishers, 2 ladders, 2 pike poles, 1,000 feet of hose. Wrenches, host clamp, deck mounted stand gun, Beacon Ray Hill light, Dietz warning lights, Federal Q mechanical siren and Federal PA 200 electronic siren. Unique Crown bell.
New paint, Lime Green color given to truck by Crown in 1976. Front Bumper re-chromed. 1250gpm Waterous pump, not pumping, transfer case needs work, have parts. Retired from City of Covina, California. Original manuals, copy of original build order and historical photos. Truck located in Michigan. Total mileage 17,227, mileage on new motor 1,400. Asking $12,000. Email