1976 Van Pelt LF (9-19-17 – – 17-32)

Located in Northern CA is a functional and running engine that was originally purchased from the Santa Cruz Fire Department. It had been acquired from the Scott Valley Fire Protection District a few years ago and it is now available from a small neighboring department. Ladders not included.It has a Detroit Diesel, Allison Automatic transmission and runs, pumps and drives.We will sell it to the highest bidder at or above $2500. Contact Bob @ 227-0443 area code 530

 

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FOR SALE – 1958 Mack B-95F Pumper (09-19-17 – – 17-31)

This Mack B95F was delivered to the Louisville KY Fire Department on May 19, 1958.  It’s in excellent condition and largely original.  It has been repainted twice in its lifespan.  In the late 1970’s the City of Louisville repainted it lime-yellow.  The Monterey KY Volunteer Fire Department repainted it red in the 1988. 

Powered by a Mack 6 cylinder 707C Thermodyne gasoline engine with rebuilt Zenith carburetor and rebuilt exhaust manifold.  5 speed manual transmission, 1000 GPM Hale pump, 4 new rear tires, fuel tank was removed, sandblasted, coated and reinstalled along with new fuel pump and lines.  Equipped with air brakes in excellent condition.  The steering box was just recently replaced and the steering system is in excellent condition.  It has air-assisted steering and drives like a dream!! 

The truck carries the following equipment:

14’ roof ladder (Duo-Safety)

28’ three section extension ladder (Duo-Safety)

2 long pike poles – wooden handles

Approximately 300’ of 1-1/2” and 1-3/4” hose

Approximately 500’ of 2-1/2” hose

Two 5” soft suction hoses

200’ of 1” booster line on reel

Several nozzles and adapters

20’ of 5” hard suction – preconnected wrap around “squirrel tail”

Federal Q2B siren

Federal Commander beacon

 The pump will engage and pump water just fine.  The only issue is a crack in the tank-to-pump line.  If that was fixed, the tank would hold 300 gallons of water.  The tank was replaced sometime in the mid 1980’s.

Asking $7500.  Contact Rick at 502-802-4124.  Located in Louisville KY area.

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1980 Seagrave For Sale (7-1-17 – -17–30)

1980 Seagrave engine in very good condition, 8V71 Detroit powered, Allison automatic transmission, Approximately 17000 miles, Approximately 925 hours.   Tires very good, nice driver, pump turns, but I have not pumped with it.  $8200 obo.  Chicago area.     Jim   Email

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1953 Ford F-800 For Sale (7-1-17 – – 17-29)

Unfortunately, due to my physical problems and losing space to store it I’m having to sell my 1953 Ford F800 Fire truck. I have owned this truck for almost 9 years and have enjoyed taking it to car shows. The truck just had the heads serviced last year by a machine shop in Kirkville as the head gaskets were leaking. New gaskets and thermostat, hoses installed. I had gone through the carburetor and was getting ready to set the timing when a rectifier had burned up in the charging system. I had a custom Alternator built but now needs to be installed. The truck is running but running on just the battery. Have lots of extra parts, 2 extra tires and manuals to go
with her. Hoping to find a home that can continue preserving a piece of history. Very rare to find a F800 model as most trucks of this age are light duty trucks. Has 28,535 original miles on it as the fire department I bought it from only covered a 2 to 3 mile radius. Powered by a Lincoln 317 cu in V8 mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. Selling as is for $6000. Contact Bill at 315-416-7589 or Email

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1965 Crown Firecoach (7-1-17 – – 17-28)

This is a 1965 Crown Firecoach – Serial number F1403. It was delivered new to Kent, Washington in 1965. It has a Detroit Diesel 8V71, with Jakes and a five-speed manual transmission, with airbrakes. It has 11R24.5 tires mounted on four aluminum wheels. It has working red lights and siren. It has a 1500 GPM Waterous pump. It comes with original build records from the Crown Company and has all operators’ manuals. All the railing has been replaced with polished stainless steel. There is a small crack in the driver’s side windshield, however another windshield is included with the truck. It is currently licensed as a California Historical Vehicle. The following
equipment is also included with the truck:

35 ft. aluminum extension ladder

14 ft. roof ladder

8 ft. attic ladder

Four 2 ½ to 1 ½ adapters

One 2 ½ double female coupling

Two hydrant wrenches

Several hose wrenches

Akron 2 ½ inch hose jacket

Akron four-way valve

Smoke ejector

1 ½ inch nozzle

Two 2 ½ inch 45-degree street elbows

2 ½ “to 1 ½ “Y

Turnout Coat

Two helmets

Fireman’s Ax

Regular Ax

Pike pole

Breaker bar

Six-inch suction hose

Hose clamp

Several hundred feet of 2 ½” hose

Several hundred feet of 1 ½” hose

$6500     located in Encinitas, CA

Mike Colton, 619-895-1246 or Email

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1958 Ford American La France fire truck (4-12-17 – – 17-19)

29000 miles, New tires and tune up including electronic ignition, New voltage regulator and alternator. Brakes and clutch bled seem to work fine. Windshield and drivers Door glass damaged but have replacements. Carb. Rebuilt runs good. Comes with several accessories including poker, ladder, and hoses. New battery. Not sure if pump works. Also has two hard hoses and lake strainer. All lights and siren work. Call if interested. $5500.00 864-590-4889

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