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Auburn Fire Dept Selling Fire Truck

Posted by thowens on February 17, 2015

The Auburn Fire Department is selling one of its fire trucks. This 1972 Mack Baker Aerialscope ladder truck was purchased by the department in 1984 and refurbished the same year. It is a very clean, reliable ladder truck, and the ladder has been tested every year through 2013.

Features include:

  • 75’ Baker Aerialscope
  • Detroit Diesel motor – 76,000 miles
  • 5 Speed manual transmission
  • Waterway piped to platform
  • Breathing air piped to platform
  • Truck sold as is, no warranty
  • Truck not to current NFPA standards
  • No pump or water tank
  • Ground Ladders
  • No loose equipment


Asking price: $10,000

For more information, contact Michael VanZile at 260-925-8255 or mgvanzile(at)ci.auburn.in.us.

 
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