Roadster Fire Chief Truck
Late 20's and early 30's Ford was the choice of many Fire Departments for durability, dependability and economics. Open cockpit fire trucks were popular to give full view of the fire at hand and for versatility for the firemen. Loaded with all the options of the time! This beautiful open cockpit firetruck experienced a most complete frame off body up no expense spared restoration. It carries period correct list of equipment. A very rare running board search light and spartan siren are highlights. Body has all new wood, new interior (black leatherette), 4 custom built oak finished ladders. Body clad in vermillion red with black trim and fenders. Bed is new valsparo varnished oak. All equipment from copper extinguisher to firemans axe, spartan siren are cleaned and restored. New old stock reel and white hose and nozzle. All chrome and bright work show quality, 5 new wide white Firestone tires on red wheels accent the truck. Engine rebuilt for unleaded fuel. Transmission open and rebuilt as needed along with rear end, new brakes and more. Runs and drives as new. Rear bib and step pad for 2 firemen - copper hand rail. Has all appropriate gold color stripe, door badges and chief No 1 on hood. A wonderful parade vehicle or a very unusual piece for the high end man cave. Believed only one of a kind to exist. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.