The Ford Cargo CF6000 Fire Truck of 1985 is a sight to behold. Its bold metallic red exterior, black trim and wide, gleaming white stripes captures attention and brings respect for the powerful emergency vehicle. On the outside of the cab, fire-red ladders are propped up against the sides and a bright, silver bell adorns the top. It features a tall, boxy cab that sits three people comfortably with a spacious side storage area for equipment. The view from the cab is wide and clear, with great visibility of the road beneath. The CF6000 Fire Truck has an impressive 6,200 lbs towing capacity to move large payloads without extra assistance. Underneath the hood resides a strong 6-cylinder, 245-hp diesel engine, providing reliable and efficient power. Able to reach up to 83 mph, the engine is controlled by a manual 5-speed transmission. For added maneuverability, it is fitted with air brakes and standard power-assisted steeringgreat for tight and tricky city maneuvers. This truck can be fitted with a myriad of equipment necessary for fire and emergency services, from an onboard pump equipped with a 2,000-gallon water tank to an up to four-section telescopic ladder of 40 feet in length. On the truck bed, the CF6000 possesses a full range of cabinets and storage compartments, perfect for the fire rescue equipment. Uniquely designed for firefighters needs, this truck has become a staple among the fire department and highly sought after for its versatility and dependability.
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