1982 American La France Century Series for sale. Top mount Pump 1 of 24 built. Truck is all stainless steel. 1500/500 with tank management. New rebuilt motor and transmission with less than 100 hours. Truck has a rebuilt onboard generator for scene lighting. Truck has some hose and equipment included. Asking $10,000 OBO. Email
Helping a good friend, sell his beloved fire truck. It is a 1917 Ford model T fire truck. It runs and is all there. The apparatus is in Murphys, CA in a barn at this time. I have top mount monitor, lamps, axe and some varied brass for the unit. There are some spare tires and tubes for the truck also. I do not have a flatbed. We are asking $14,000 for the rig. The title is clear on this unit. Please feel free to call me 209-627-9449. Jim Peterson
For sale is a beautifully restored from the frame up (in the 80’s) 1928 Maxim Fire Truck (Pumper). This truck was Holliston, Massachusetts first motorized fire truck and comes with many of the original documents of purchase by the town and documentation on the truck itself. Lots of old photos and history included. This truck takes home a trophy at almost any show it is displayed at and I have dozens of them for you to proudly display. Truck is in excellent condition and runs and pumps like a champ. Sirens, lights and gauges all work. Truck was restored to original working condition all the way to the “real” gold lace pin-striping. Serious inquiries only. Truck has an appraisal history and my best guess is it would appraise for at least $40,000 today. Over $80,000 has gone into this truck over the last 25 years. More information on the truck is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Holliston-1928-Maxim-Fire-Truck/217780551582863?ref=hl EMTJMartin@gmail.comSale Category: Apparatus.
1972 Sutphen Corp. 75 ft aluminum aerial platform Model # 3S75. It is on a Ford Chassis Vin # 080CVP96076. There is 14,084 miles on the truck. It has a 1000 GPM Hale pump, Model # 1000. The rear tires have all been replaced and have less than 1000 miles on them. Please call with any any reasonable offer we are asking $10,000 (scrap price if we separate the aluminum tower) or we can drive it in for 5,500) we don’t want to scrap it. I can be contacted 24 hours a day at (219)204-2880. Thank you
I have an 1946 Dodge Fire Engine for sale. I have the title in hand. The truck runs great and still pumps water! The federal siren still works in it and I am in the process of getting the lights to work again. It has all original ladders and 2 booster lines as well as some old rolled up hose on it. I am asking $6,000 OBO. Email
In Salem MA. Pirsch Aerial 85′ Ladder Fire Truck. Pirsch Aerial Hoist. Ladder goes to 85′. Standard 4 speed transmission with a Waukesha 5.3 gasoline engine with 32,972 miles. Has dual carburetors. Needs restoration. I believe it is a 1953. It has been driven since its retirement but has been sitting for several years. Last annual inspection while on “duty” was 1987. Has lots of potential. $6500.00. Please call for more information. Ask for Hutchie. 978-979-1584 Hutchinson 12 pics
1974 100′ American La France ladder truck with on-board 12kw gas generator. Century cab series served the city of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania then sold to Midland Pennsylvania. Only 28,447 miles, has the 8V71 Detroit diesel connected to a 6 speed Allison automatic transmission. Runs well, just serviced and D.O.T. inspected, new batteries, tires good with allot of tread left. Clear North Carolina title in hand. Asking $6000 OBO may consider trades for interesting smaller fire department items. Contact: Gregory Barilleaux Email
1920 Stutz Model A Triple Combination Fire Truck Very rare and fully documented Stutz Triple Combination 500gpm fire truck! Nearly all original exterior, complete with all equipment & tools, along with a fully rebuilt engine under the hood! Great show piece at fire truck gatherings or specialty events! One of 6 produced! $41,900 Please visit our website at www.stlouiscarmuseum.com or call (800) 957-5707 for more details.Apparatus.
1926 Seagrave, Model 6WT “Type S (Standard)”, 750 G.P.M. Centrifugal Pumping Fire Engine – This is a Right Hand Drive, drive shaft driven type truck. It is NOT a chain driven type. There are No known issues with any of the truck’s mechanics (inspected). It has excellent brakes, excellent clutch, excellent transmission and an excellent drive line. The frame and body is absolutely straight and absolutely rust free with no previous damage of any kind whatsoever. The truck has all new and correct 1” solid Oak floor boards, running boards, hose bed boards and tail board with original and correct tin-type tread plate overlay correctly re-installed, correct (lockable) Solid Oak battery box with built in 12 volt D.C. accessory work light plug and its original aluminum top step tread plate and its correct Solid Oak rear equipment storage box (lockable). The two piece coach seat is in very good condition. It has Excellent Paint with a very high shine finish in the correct “DUCO Dulux” Fire Engine Red paint code. It has its original Seagrave built “T Head, F style ” 6 cylinder motor. Its Motor Specifications are 1,013 C.I. with 79.3 H.P. It has 5 ¾” Bore x 6 ½” Stroke and it has excellent compression. It has a 12 Volt DC electrical system. It has the correct fire service 12 Spark Plug cylinder head. It has all Original and Correct Dual Ignition systems. (Delco-Remy) distributor, coil and voltage regulator & Splitdorf magneto system), and Electric (Delco-Remy) starter and generator + its original hand crank Magneto starting system in the front. It has its correct and original, excellent condition Wheeler-Schebler brand, Model “A” solid brass updraft carburetor with the correct fire pump governor. The old motor Idles out beautifully all the way down to around 450 RPM. For a much more lengthy description and additional images please see the ad write up at Hemmings Motor News (on line) or EmailSale Category: Apparatus.