For Sale – 1964 Ford C850 (7-26-15 – – 15-54)

1964 flat-nose Ford C850 ”Fire Fighter” with a John Bean pump originally from Buchanan, MI; last used in Michigan by the McMasterville FD. 750 GPM. Equipped with two 10 foot sections of hard suction hose, dual booster reels, and two axes. Last driven in 2010. Brakes need work. Body is in fair condition; painted red. See photos below. Asking $3,000 but will negotiate. For more information contact Jacque Frenette at 734-915-7860, Monday – Friday, 8 am to 3 pm. overland1964

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For Sale – 1948 FWD (7-26-15 – – 15-53)

1948 FWD, F-75T, all-wheel drive, 750 gallon triple combination pumper. Truck is equipped with three 10 foot sections of hard suction hose and one Pirsch aluminum ladder. Body is in good condition. Painted red with lettering identifying it as Engine No. 528 from the Nashotah, Wisconsin FD. Truck runs but has a contaminated fuel tank and the brakes need work. See photo below. Asking $3,000 but will negotiate. For more information contact Jacque Frenette at 734-915-7860, Monday – Friday from 8 am to 3 pm. overland1948

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1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer (7-26-15 – – 15-52)

1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer, Fire Chief’s car for the McMasterville FD in MI. Runs but has a broken hood latch. Body is in fair condition with evidence of repair. 171,430 miles. Red with white and gold details. Asking $3,000 but will negotiate. For more information contact Jacque Frenette at 734-915-7860, Monday – Friday, 8 am to 3 pm. overland1986

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1976 Sutphen aerial tower (7-26-15 – – 15-51)

1976 Sutphen, 100 foot aerial tower quint pumper. 1250 GPM. Body is in good condition with lime green paint. Detroit Diesel V-8 engine. Runs but has not been pumped in many years. Retired from the Livonia FD in Livonia, MI. Asking $8,500 but will negotiate. For more information please contact Jacque Frenette at 734-915-7860, Monday through Friday 8 am to 3 pm. overland1976

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