Fire Truck was use to sell way over $200,000 but this truck need to some work down the inside electrical needs to repaired and fixed the truck runs and is drivable but needs new batteries since they are dead right now...tried charging them but they are not holding the charge need two - 31S Batteries
Below is the description of the Vehicle and how it was used for the LA County Fire department
This one is the ones that were left unsold/unfinished
USE The Model 9 was first introduced in the early 1970s.
California’s demographics had begun to change and
CDF recognized its apparatus needed to change also.
This was the first time engine design took into consideration
more than just wildland fire suppression.
The urban interface requirements, along with CDF’s
growing partnerships with local governments to
provide rural fire protection services, were factored in.
The Model 9 was the first successful multi-purpose
concept in the fleet. CDF still has 77 Model 9 engines
in service. While many are nearing replacement age,
some will still be around for a long time.
Seating for six personnel
Booster Tank: 650 gallons
Fire Pump: 500 GPM, Single-Stage
Class A Foam
Chassis: Mack, Ford, Navistar
Body: Master Body Works,
B&Z Truck Bodies,
Gross Vehicle Weight: 31,200 lbs.
Engine: Mack E-6 220 @ 2,350
Front Axle: 12,000 lbs.
Rear Axle: 21,200 lbs.
Transmission: Allison MTB 653
Wheel Base: 152”
Hasnt Been registered to the CA DMV since the vehicle was built in our shop back in the day when we use have a contract with L.A. County Fire Department
Dont have the title in which will give out the Bill of Sale
Vehicle will need to towed
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||VG6M118C51B304414||Mileage:||1071|
|Engine Horsepower:||2350||Model:||E-6 220|
|Fuel Type:||Diesel||Type:||Fire Truck|
|For Sale By:||Private Seller||Class:||Class 7 (26,001-33,000 lbs.)|
|Transmission Type:||Automatic||Tire Size:||22.5"|
|Vehicle Title:||Clear||Power Options:||Air Conditioning|
|Number of Axles:||Single|