The Ford Transit 1300 Fire Van 1965 is an iconic vehicle in the annals of motoring history. This classic van is recognizable by its classic body style, complete with a long, flat front grille, a stepped-up cabin, and large wheel arches. The van was part of a long line of Ford Transit vehicles that were first introduced in 1965. Despite its age, this trusty van is still used in many fire and rescue services around the world. The most notable feature of the Ford Transit 1300 Fire Van is its sturdiness and durability. The van is made of heavy-duty steel and is built on a ladder-type frame, which provides it with superior strength and durability. It also features powerful brakes and suspension that ensure sure-footedness on the toughest terrain. To make it even more reliable, the van is equipped with a fire-resistance certifiable to DIN 4102 Part 2 Class A3. Under the hood, the Ford Transit 1300 is powered by an in-line four-cylinder engine that produces 64bhp at 4800rpm. The engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission, giving drivers a range of cruising speeds. The van has a payload of up to 1580 kg and a towing capacity of up to 3302 kg – making it well suited for a variety of heavy-duty tasks. Inside, the Ford Transit 1300 is surprisingly luxurious for a workhorse of its size. It features comfortable seating for up to seven passengers, adjustable seating, vinyl flooring, and many storage options. It also comes with modern features such as power steering, air conditioning, and an AM/FM radio. Although the vehicle is over 50 years old, it still looks quite sprightly with its classic paintwork and chrome trim.
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