1968 Ford C855 Pumper Fire Truck

Price: - Item location: Meriden, Connecticut, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: C 855
  • SubModel: Dual Rear Wheels
  • Type: Cab & Chassis
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 20,728
  • VIN: C85KUC72496
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 8 Cylinder
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4X2
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1968 Ford C 855

This is your chance to actually own a unique piece of true Americana. Proudly commemorate a long and glorious Tradition of Bravery, Honor, and Service to the Community. When it comes to getting people's attention, there is no other vehicle like a Fire Truck !! The sight of it delights young and old alike. It instantly evokes feelings of admiration and respect. Think about it. This vehicle has actually saved lives and property, seen triumph and adversity, and faithfully responded to the call of duty, regardless of horrendous weather or lateness of the hour. Buy this vehicle, and your name becomes a part of that legacy. This is an opportunity to brand your business or organization unlike any other !! And besides, haven't you just always wanted your own Fire Truck ??...
This Vehicle is fully operational. Engine started and ran, Drivetrain engaged in Forward and Reverse, Main components appear to be in place and operational. Water pump works, but has low pressure. Head liner has been removed in order to dismantle roof top siren and lights ( legality ). They are included ( not installed ) with sale. Truck last saw fire service in the mid 70's. It was meticulously maintained by the fire department and town of Nashville, GA. for many quality years of parades, local charities, and fairs.
Ford 8 Cylinder Gasoline Engine, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, PTO Driven Water Pump. 153" Wheel Base, 4X2 Dual Rear Wheels, 27,500 lb. GVWR. Spring Type Suspension.
Vehicle is located in Hartford, CT. For additional information please call 860 524 1993, press "0" and ask for Tony.