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
This 1967 Seagrave Pumper is owned by the Yermo Calico Volunteer Fire department, we are looking to sell it to buy much needed equipment. The unit has been parked for a few years and unfortunately a few lines have been cut. The unit ran and pumped when it was parked. It will not start now. We are asking for $4,000 or best offer. We are looking for a good home, If I had the money I would restore this unit. 760-218-8533 or email
Reason: dramatic decline in health and I can no longer use them.
All have been stored inside. Except for item 1, all are in Sunnyvale/San Jose California.
Terms: Payment via cashier’s check required before title transferred. Sold ‘as is where is.’ Buyer will be responsible for removal and transportation to his or her location.
1. 1931 Ahrens-Fox M-X-2 piston pumper. Comes with 2-inlet deluge gun. Former Detroit F.D. rig. This was on display at the Michigan Firehouse Museum in Ypsilanti, MI, until recently. Asking price reduced to $70,000. If you wish to see this rig, contact my friend Matt Lee in MI. Email . The difference between this rig and no. 4 is that no. 4 has a larger motor & pump.
SOLD 2. 1949 American-LaFrance 700 Series 1000 gpm pumper, ex-Merced, CA. Open cab, small V-12 motor, American LaFrance bell, 3-inlet monitor, misc equipment. Good tire tread, always stored inside. Believed to be in good running condition, but sale is as is/where is. $12,500 OBO
3. 1940 Seagrave TDA, 85 ft. steel aerial, ex-Bakersfield, CA., bought directly from Bakersfield, and driven about 300 mi. from there back to Sunnyvale. Wood ground ladders. A small, but not insignificant, oil leak showed up when it was last garaged last fall. Health issues have prevented pursuing that, but otherwise it was a great running rig for over 35 yrs. Big Seagrave V-12, and largely equipped with the equipment of that era. Asking $20,000.
4 . 1928/29 Ahrens-Fox N-S-4 piston pumper, 1,000 gpm. Equipped with the equipment of that era, plus a 2-inlet deluge gun. Tires are good. Extinguishers & taillights updated, and turn signals added. Only the 2nd owner. Purchased from Ocean City in 1962, and shipped to CA through the Panama Canal. Garaged ever since. Has traveled under its own power to musters and parades throughput the San Francisco Bay Area for over 50 years, and still runs like a top. Asking $100,000.
SOLD 5. Spare big Seagrave V-12 motor. Highest offer takes it.
Antique Hose reel for sale, age and history unknown. Wheels are in poor condition. Bought from an online Wisconsin auction, seller did not know any history. I bought it as a project to repair, however, I ran out of time and space for it.
Wheels center to center: 53.5”
Drum Diameter: 42”
Drum Inside: 32”
920-421-0645 or Email
I have a 1942 Seagrave that has a new transmission, tires , brakes, lots of extras, she runs great need to sell to a good home , i have commission plates and all the history, owners manual along with some service records, i have done a lot with the motor, straight 8 pierce arrow.I would like $18000 OBO My name is Richard my phone number is 760 404 6556 the truck is i a barn in Ridgeville SC if i don’t answer leave a message