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|Starting Bid: $5,000.00|
|Current Price: $5,500.00|
|Buy Now Price||$0.00||Reserve Price Not Met Available for immediate purchase.|
|Buyer's Fee: 9.00 %|
|Bid History||2 Bids|
|High Bidder||Waynediehl8 W*********8|
Payment will be received either in cash or certified check
Truck is presently in service and in Good condition. Engine is a 350 HP Detroit diesel (Turbo) with automatic transmission. Ladder is 100 foot steel ladder (certified in May 2020) with electric 1000 gallon per minute nozzle (non-prepiped) at tip operated either from tip or turntable. Truck has a 1,500 gallon per minute Hale pump (certified in May 2020 and a 350 gallon steel water tank. Drivers side of apparatus has 1 - 6 inch intake, 2 - 2.5 Auxiliary intakes and 3 - 2.5 discharges. Passenger side has 1 - 6 inch intake, 2 - 2.5 Auxilairy intakes and 3 - 2.5 discharges. Rear of truck has 1 - 3 inch to 3 - 2.5 discharges for ladder operations. Truck is 32 feet in length and 11 feet in height. Milage: 36,508 Engine Hours: 4,931. Following equipment supplied with truck; full compliment of ground ladders, 1 - 8 foot, 2 - 10 foot, and 2 - 12 foot pike poles, 4,500 Watt on board generator, truck mounted 200 foot electric reel cord. 4 - small federal rotating lite bars, 6 inch to 4 inch Storz Intake piston valve on drivers side.
Certification records on site with apparatus
Additional information on this Auction
|Will Item results be voted on||No|
|Will you ship this item||No. Pickup only.|
|In person item inspection information||Interested bidders can call fire station at (724) 266-7926 to view apparatus|
|Pickup Location Details||Ambridge Borough Fire Department, 600 11th Street, Ambridge, Pa. 15003|
|Does it start||Yes|
|Is it drivable off the lot||Yes|
|Is it currently inspected||Yes|
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"Was this unit a re-cab? The cab is very similar to the FDNY century New Yorker cabs. "
- Asked by #31436906 12/28/2020 06:05 PM
That cab that was on it originally was a Ward LaFrance and when refurbed had the American LaFrance Century 4 door cab put on
-Answered on 12/29/2020 09:37 AM