Collector Car Gallery is very pleased to offer this very cool and
sentimental classic. This 1961 Mack Fire Truck was restored and put
to use as a parade vehicle to honor the memory of the 9 Charleston
Firefighters that gave the ultimate sacrifice on June 18,2007. This
vehicle runs and drives beautifully. The diesel engine and 5 speed
manual transmission are in perfect sync. The tires appear in very
good condition. there is virtually zero rust on this truck. It has
clearly spent the majority of its life indoors. The emergency
lights are functional. The classic ""gumball"" on top of the cab is
in excellent condition. The air horn works and the REAL mechanical
Q-Siren works as it should. The cab seats 3 comfortably. The rear
facing jump seats are in good condition. The hose bed has been
converted to a sitting area for parades and seats 8-10 people with
seat belts. The paint is very nice and the truck is adorned with
the lost art of REAL 24 carat GOLD LEAF. All of the chrome and
stainless trim is in good condition. Mechanically this vehicle is
better than you may expect for the age. Keep in mind this vehicle
has only 33k miles and was restored to be used as a parade vehicle.
I personally drove this vehicle 3 hours home from where I
purchased. Please call Rich (260)704-0234 for additional photos,
video, or information. Worldwide shipping assistance is available.
1961 Mack Truck
Location:Fort Wayne, Indiana
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