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1955 Fire Truck Belle Vernon, PA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** on eBay for $18,000.

(09/21/2018) Mike spotted this beautiful fire truck.

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“1955 Willys Jeep Fire truck 4×4
226 flathead 6 engine
new 3 speed T-90 transmission, clutch and pressure plate
New overdrive unit
pertronix ignition
5 new tires
New 6 volt alternator
New water pump and fuel pump
New lockout hubs
New brakes, master cylinder, power booster unit, linings and lines,wheel cylinders
New 6 volt radiator cooling fan
New hood
New horn
New oil filter unit
New aluminum ladder
New steering sector shaft and knuckle seals, spring schackle bolts and center spring bolts
New muffler and tail pipe
4 new shocks
New jack
Rebuilt carburetor
Refurbished radiator
Gas tank flushed and sealed
Emergency brake and radio work

All original replaced items go with the truck: old hood, generator, transmission, Dana 18 4×4 transfer case plus many new spare parts, shop manual and waterless pump manual”














7 Comments on “1955 Fire Truck Belle Vernon, PA **SOLD**

  1. Mike

    This Willys fire truck is the only one I have ever seen in a color other than red, beautiful vehicle, in my opinion, well worth the price.

  2. S.Giraud

    Going by the looks of the 2-way radio head and mic, it looks to be 50’s vintage Motorola tube type. The long antenna suggest VHF FM low frequency set. Cool that it works, but one would need another set to communicate with it and a even so, the FCC would be looking for you if it interferes with someone’s business band radio. Might convert to 10 meter ham band though.

  3. rdjeep

    That one is sweeeeet! And well equipped, too. Not sure the radio head style is quite that old, as we had some old radios stashed from previous fire trucks (circa early 1960’s). Its funny how people mispronounce the fire pump manufacturer’s name- should be “Waterous”, not “waterless”. I wonder if they had a true clutch in the pump drive, or you had to shut the engine off to engage the front shaft assembly.

  4. jose jimenez

    UH , ONE MAJOR PROBLEM — ITS GREEN — LOOKS LIKE THE MEXICAN HIGHWAY PATROL IN THE 1960S — THE GREEN FLEET — THEY HAD A FLEET OF GREEN WILLYS TRUCKS TO SAVE TOURISTA ~ BROKE DOWN IN — POPOCATEPETL~ OR STINKIN MATAMOROS ~ — just searched the internet — the new version of the green fleet is the green angels , and they drive chebbies ..

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