1991 International/Beck 1000/1250 Fire Engine

Listing Number: 29174142 | Alton, NH US | Town of Alton - Fire Department 0 Seller's Other Auctions

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Starting Bid: $1,250.00
Current Price: $15,099.00  
Buy Now Price $0.00
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Buyer's Fee: 9.00 %
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Item Description

Greetings, up for sale is our 1991 International/Beck fire engine. Due to this trucks age, seating capacity, and capital replacement plan scheduled replacement it is now available for purchase. This truck could certainly continue on in a slower paced volunteer setting or be converted to a service/dump truck. Overall the truck is in strong running condition with no known chassis/engine related defects. The pump is also strong running however will need a new manifold to service the booster reel, cross lays, and rear discharges as it developed leaks and was removed then capped. The truck was used for the last year with pump side discharges only and could continue to be used that way if you choose. Please see the most recent inspection and pump test results listed below. Truck was fleet maintained and will come with all available maintenance and repair records from in-service date.

Full Specs:

Dimensions: OAL 26'3", OAH 9'4", OAW 8'2" (dimensions are +/- 2" & taken with no water or equipment)

Cab/Chassis: International 4900 series, 100" cab to axle ratio, 170" wheel base, 33,200 GVWR, seats 3, all warning lights included and operational, Motorola Astro mobile radio, Federal PA300 Siren, opticom emitter, onboard battery charger.

Drivetrain: 2-wheel drive, DT 466 Engine, Allison 5spd automatic transmission, on-spot tire chains.

Pump/Tank: 1250gpm Hale pump, 1000gal poly tank, no onboard foam system. Front suction, Akron deck gun, 300' booster reel, 2-200' 1.75 preconnect crosslays, 2 rear discharges, 2 officer side and 2 drivers side discharges.

Hose bed: Dead lay of 1000' 4", 2-200' 2.5", 200' 1.75.

Body: Aluminum construction, repainted within the last 10 years, 3-10' lengths of suction, 24' & 14' roof ladder, 10' attic ladder, x3 SCBA holder, 110v power inverter, 2-110v pole style scene lights, new full canvas hose bed cover, Drivers upper compt's 12" deep, lower compartments 22" deep, all shelving & bracketry included.

The vehicle is offered as-is as-seen with no warranties expressed or implied. Payment must be received in full and vehicle removed within 7 days of the bid being awarded.

Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions! 

Additional information on this Auction

Custom ID 1 Engine 4
Will Item results be voted on Yes
Date of voting Monday, July 6, 2020
Will you ship this item No. Pickup only.
In person item inspection information This vehicle can be inspected by appt. only. Please contact us for scheduling.
Pickup Location Details Alton Central Fire Station, 65 Frank C Gilman Hwy Alton N.H. 03809
Does it start Yes
Is it drivable off the lot Yes
Is it currently inspected Yes
Miles 41,885
Year 1991
Make International
Model 4900
Transmission_long No data
Driveline 4X2
Fuel Economy_city No data
Fuel Economy_highway No data

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"Can you share the body manufacturer.? Thanks for your time."
- Asked by #567370 06/23/2020 12:37 PM
Hello, the body was made by Beck, a California based company that I believe went out of business in the early 90's right after this truck was built.
-Answered on 06/23/2020 08:46 AM
"does this unit have AC? does it have pump and roll capability?"
- Asked by #27907579 06/26/2020 04:04 PM
Hello, unfortunately this unit does not have a/c or pump and roll capability.
-Answered on 06/27/2020 12:06 PM
"Do you still have the old manifold?"
- Asked by #568154 06/30/2020 05:26 PM
Hello, we do not have the old manifold. It was removed a couple years ago.
-Answered on 06/30/2020 06:05 PM
"whats the wheel base measurement? and is there PTO on the drivers side?"
- Asked by #24533612 06/30/2020 07:49 PM
Hello, the wheel base is 170" and there appears to be provisions for a PTO on the drivers side however the pump operates via a transfer case inline in the drive shaft. (most common for fire trucks)
-Answered on 06/30/2020 06:09 PM

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