For sale is this 1946 ALF 600 Series pumper. Part of a building fell on cab. Have new windshield glass. V-12 runs good. The rest of the pumper looks great as you can see from the photos. $5,000. Rig is in Central Indiana. For more information contact Jim Martin email or cellphone – 317-370-6437.
1975 Maxim 100 foot aerial ladder truck. This is the Centennial Year Edition. Everything is in good working order, except the fuel gauge.
The 8V71 Detroit Diesel was recently serviced. It starts every time, runs well and can be driven anywhere. The rig has a 5-speed manual transmission. power steering, air brakes, good batteries and good rubber.
There are 4 original ground ladders and 6 pike poles included. The truck also has a generator, 3 fire extinguishers, axes, hose, and a hose clamp.
The rig is always kept inside, no rust anywhere.
I am selling in order to reduce my fleet.
$6,500 or OBO
Bill Watson Email or 317-446-3095
Fully restored & operational. Restored by my father & mother to preserve an antique and to get youth interested in the fire service. Youtube video can be seen at:
(Link to the interview with my Dad.)
Rick Ray Email 607-278-5494 (answering machine takes 8 rings to pick up)
This 1952 Chevy fire truck has been partially restored. It is “parade ready” and last in parade 09-21-2018. Painted in approximately 2001. It has a new gas tank, master cylinder, rear wheel cylinders, and floor mat. The siren, “bubblegum “ light, fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge, amp meter, temp gauge, head lights, tail lights, signal lights, horn, heater, windshield wipers and dome light all work. It has a four speed manual transmission with a two speed axil. The tires are good.
The water pump mechanism is there , unfortunately I do not know if it works. The water hauling tank and the floor board have some rust.
I have owned the truck since 2004 and have driven it in many parades. I’m asking $9,0000, negotiable.. Located in Missouri. If interested call me at (660) 815-1172 or email
This engine is about 90% restored. When it was restore to it present condition in 1980, it was completely tore down to the frame. The motor was rebuilt and the pump, it’s a northern rotary gear 500 gpm. I do have a set of drawings of the pump. There is a Operating and Maintenance manual on the Hercules 6 cylinder motor. I also have the original contract when the General was bought for the Glasgow Missouri fire dept. in 1936.I also have the title from Glasgow Missouri. There is also 3 section of the old cast iron hose 10 footers.
I am asking $35,000 for the General. Contact information Robert Treinen Aberdeen WA Email 360-532-9219Sale Category: Apparatus.
1941 Ford Fire Truck: Restoration project, barn find!! Flathead V8. Ran when stored. Pumper unit still in tact. Rear brakes are frozen and some tires do not hold air. Look closely at pictures and ask questions. This truck has plenty of patina (or rust!) especially on dashboard area. Odometer shows 10937 miles. Clear title. Contact Chuck McCarthy at Email or 847-727-5130 with question. Asking $1500 but open to reasonable offers.
1935 American LaFrance Ladder Truck Barn Find
The GOOD- –All of the orginal wooden ladders are present and in the bed-There are pike poles, Original hood ornament, radiator and headlight, hard suction sections, & hoses on the truck- The body is in great condition for its age and shouldn”t be to hard to restore – Brakes work well… all the hard to find stuff is there
The BAD- –The engine is a Lycoming/Auburn V12 engine and appears to be complete as a restoration was started. The manifolds/exhaust are rusted through in spots. Valve cover plates open and the oil pan is off but with the truck -The dash is pulled apart but all of the gauges are present
Captain Union Hook & Ladder Co. #1
Patchogue Fire Department
It is with deep regret that I am selling some of my antique fire engines. I have come to realize I am not going to be able to restore everything I own. It is for that reason alone I am offering this 1966 Mack formerly of St. Augustine Florida. I am asking $4000. It is located in the Tampa Bay Area.
It has a Thermodyne Diesel engine and ran well when I had it running 1 year ago. It will need a battery as the one in it will not hold a charge. NO issues with the engine whatsoever. This fire truck was originally purchased by the St Augustine Fire Department and later retired to the Fire Academy in Florida. Continual preventive maintenance was done to teach all those training what and how to perform such.
It has a working pump that will need to be water soaked for a period of time to sweat the packings. I had it to a few musters and it pumped well.
I have a CLEAR Florida Title in hand.
I could write a long list concerning this vehicle and I am sure I would miss a question. Therefore, PLEASE ask any and all questions and I will try to respond quickly.
I cannot pay for transportation. However, I will gladly help arrange it and be there to see it is properly taken care of on it’s way to a new home. I have moved many vehicles and have a few suggestions when it gets to that point.
I hope this goes to a loving home who can enjoy a nice Mack.
Kevin Piquet email or 727-422-4565