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|Starting Bid: $3,000.00|
|Current Price: $6,300.00|
|Buy Now Price||$0.00||Reserve Price Not Met Available for immediate purchase.|
|Buyer's Fee: 8.00 %|
|Bid History||19 Bids|
|High Bidder||weboss1 w*****1|
Truck can be paid by certified bank check or if using personnel check must clear the bank, all payment options will have to be approved by the Township trustees.
1991 Ford/Sutpen Engine, This unit is in good to excellent shape, was the reserve unit for Springfield Township Fire Department of Mahoning County in Ohio. The engine was last pump tested on 11-12-17 wasn't tested in 2018 due to the purchase of a new engine, Maintenance records available, 1250 GPM Hale pump with Foam cell, 1,000 gallon Poly Tank, Stainless steel plumbing, 6 speed manual transmission, Ford Diesel, Honda EM 3500 SX Generator, Booster hose reel, 2 - 6" 10ft Hard suctions, 1 - 35ft ladder, 1 Roof Ladder, 1 - Attic Ladder all ladders were last tested in 2/2/2018 by Ohio Cat, Tires and Brakes in Good Condition, 6 Aluminum Alcoa Rims, Stainless Steel Body, Paint is in good to excellent shape.
Additional information on this Auction
|Custom ID||1991 Engine 24|
|Will Item results be voted on||Yes|
|Date of voting||Wednesday, February 13, 2019|
|Will you ship this item||No. Pickup only.|
|In person item inspection information||Must make an appointment @ 330-542-3761 and leave message|
|Pickup Location Details||3989 E Middletown Rd. New Springfield Oh 44443|
|Does it start||Yes|
|Is it drivable off the lot||Yes|
|Is it currently inspected||No|
|Transmission_long||6 speed manual|
|Fuel Economy_city||No data|
|Fuel Economy_highway||No data|
|This item is taxable||No|
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"What is the gvwr and does it have a double frame."
- Asked by #15132873 02/12/2019 01:59 AM
"how much (if any) rust does the truck have on its frame and under the steps on the fuel tanks."
- Asked by #20390730 02/12/2019 06:30 AM