Originally from Grand Ledge MI FD. 18,000 miles on a blue flame 6 cylinder. New tires, radiator, water pump fuel pump, gas tank removed and professionally cleaned. Car runs and drives nice. Three on the tree tranny. Little to no rust on the car. Was repainted however paint is not perfect. But is very presentable just the way it is. Interior is all original and beautiful. No rips or tears. Asking $13,000. Contact Dave at 517-256-2928 or email . Car is located in mid Michigan.
Total restoration completed in 2011. Restored to the original factory specifications. Original ladders, spotlight and bell. Probably the only one
restored to the factory specs as only 14 were produced. For details contact Mike Denbar, Email or 757-576-3136.
Originally a horse drawn Femco water tower which also carried a chemical tank and hose reel, in 1923 the rig was equipped with an American LaFrance type 31 tractor which replaced the front axle. Pittsburgh liked this arrangement so much they purchased two new rigs like it from ALF in 1927. In 1947 the tower frame was placed on a REO chassis and continued in service until 1972, for a total of 70 years of service. It didn’t see much use after 1947 since the REO’s odometer only shows 691 miles and yes, it does work. The cab paint is in good shape, the tower, frame, and 700 series ALF fenders the shop used in the rear, are in primer. The truck runs and drives well. We’ve had the truck for 20 years, always stored indoors. If you were at the national SPAAMFAA summer muster in 2010 you saw it flowing water in Estes Park, Colorado. The two side turrets work well too. The only item missing is the center inlet on the right side, but it has a clapper valve and so does not affect operation. This tower is covered in detail in Bill Hass’ water tower book pages 184-190. I have only seen one other water tower for sale since I bought this one 20 years ago, they are very rare pieces. Equipped with the REO Gold Comet straight 6 engine. $30,000 or reasonable offer. Email or 970-481-8162
1968 Peter Pirsch 85′ Aerial
1. $4000 if bought and delivered by March 31
2. Runs and Looks Great
3. 300 Cummings Natural aspersion with standard Transmission
4. Truck is about 42′ long
5. Garage kept
6. Ladder has not been up in 11 years but was working prior.
7. Sold as is where is. Bensalem PA
New Hampton Fire Company is selling our parade 1960 ALF. We have about $6k invested in the old gal. A reasonable offer will include much of the gear in the photos. In the last few years we have gone over the brakes and tuned her up. New paint, including the inside of the compartments. She drives pretty well too. Feel free to call 845-343-2818
1973 American Lafrance Pioneer Firetruck OBO!!Open for Negotiation Clean Title, 60k miles
Im helping out my bf sell his firetruck.Its A classic Flat Panel Firetruck .It has a Detroit Diesel 6v71, two stroke, with a 5 speed manual transmission. 4th gear runs the pump system.It has a cable reel and working siren.It runs really well. We don’t have a clue what any of the pump system controls do or how they work, so we haven’t messed with them. This could make an excellent restoration project, parts vehicle, parade vehicle or whichever you may want for it. Price $4000 858 610 2365 or Email
For Sale by the City of Coldwater (Michigan)
1990 American La France Century 2000 1500 gpm pumper. All stainless steel construction. No rust or corrosion. Just recently retired from service. 67.972 road miles, 8V92 Detroit diesel. Allison automatic. ALF Twinflow pump, 1000 gallon booster tank. Runs good and pumps good – electronic governor does not work. Ladders, suction hose included – piped for deck gun but the deck gun is not included. All manuals and operating records are available. The City of Coldwater has been the sole owner.
The City will accept any reasonable offer. Please contact Fire Chief Richard Sherman at Email : or 517-278-4177
I’m using the cab from this 1949 Chevy 6400 Fire Truck and have no need for the rest. The truck only has 6600 original miles on it and
everything in pretty amazing shape. It came from a small town that had it in storage since its retirement. The pump and the controls/ gauges are
still in place. The motor and transmission are present but missing a few parts like the carburetor and air cleaner. The cab, fenders, hood, (whole
cab and front end) are not included in this sale. The bed is in great shape, this truck could be nicely restored if you’ve got a cab, otherwise
it would be great to use as a parts vehicle for another restoration. $1500
Text, call or email Patrick Laughlin (615)796-3685 or EmailSale Category: Apparatus.
I have a 1929 International Harvester fire truck pumper I am selling. It has a Boyer hose bed and a Hale pump under the drivers seat. It is a open cab truck.I have the original Bell for it too. It is a 6 volt electric system. Flat head six IH cast block engine. It ran a year ago when I parked it. It currently doesn’t have the hose bed on it. I started a frame off restoration and have lost the funds. This truck served in Jamestown ND. It has around 5,000 miles on it. I am asking $5,000.00 obo. Thx. Contact Adam @(309)230-9251. The truck is in the Rock Island IL area.