1993 HME Luverne Command Center Fire Truck.
Seating for 5; 4 SCBA seats
Cummins C8.3 300 HP Diesel Engine
Allison MD-3060P Automatic Transmission
Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.
Pump - Tank
Hale OSG125-23L 1250 GPM Side-Mount Pump
500 Gallon Steel Tank
Driver's Side Discharges: 2 - 1.5"
Crosslays/Speedlays: 2 - 1.5" & 1 - 2.5" Crosslays
Officer's Side Discharge: 2 - 1.5" & 1 - 3"
Driver's Side Suction: 1 - 5" & 1 - 2.5"
Officer's Side Suction: 1 - 5"
Electrical - Lighting
Generac 8KW Generator
Ground Ladders: 1 - 24' Extention, 1 - 16' Attic
4 Bottle Cascade System
Interior EMS Cabinet
12,000lb Ramsey Electric Winch in Front Bumper
Changes in NFPA in 1991 significantly increased fire fighter's safety when operating a fire truck. Buying a used fire apparatus newer than this year will bring those safety features into your firehouse as well. The enclosed cab which was required in 1991 and forward brought fire fighters out of the elements of weather, and into the safety of the fire apparatus cab.
Luverne Fire Apparatus Company was an American fire apparatus manufacturer located in Brandon, South Dakota. The company operated a plant in Luverne, Minnesota between 1903 and 1985. Acquired in 1896 by Leicher Brothers, Luverne Wagon Works build their first fire trucks in 1913. Between 1913 and 1985, the Luverne plant built pumpers, tankers, brush trucks and rescues in Minnesota and in some neighboring states. In 1985, Luverne Fire Apparatus Company was acquired by Luverne Truck Equipment Company of Brandon, South Dakota. At this time, the regional manufacturer started to sell trucks nationally, they also started to sell trucks on custom chassis (Spartan and HME). In 1997, the company was purchased by Spartan Motors Inc. of Charlotte, Michigan. Spartan also acquired Quality Fire Apparatus of Talladega, Alabama. Between 1997 and 2003, Luverne and Quality continued to sell trucks independently, each serving a different geographical area. In 2003, Spartan Motors merged Luverne and Quality into Crimson Fire, a new subsidiary company. In 2012, Crimson Fire became Spartan Emergency Rescue Vehicles, or Spartan ERV. The Brandon plant continues production today.
Decommissioned emergency vehicle from California. Command Center spans 35' long. Fully equipped except ladder. Low engine miles, very low engine run time. Cannon works, all emergency features fully functional. All equipment included. Don't want to sell it - but I'm not using it the way I had planned, so I'm looking to give it a good new home.