The Mercedes-Benz LN2-814-31 Fire Truck 1986 is a reliable and iconic symbol of the German automaker's willingness to tackle the harsh tasks of firefighting. Allowing for powerful transport, the truck is considered a legacy vehicle of the brand and is capable of pumping 7,000 liters of water per minute making tackling tough fires simplified. The strong steel chassis is powered by a an interconnected 9.6 liter diesel engine with a six-speed manual transmission. The vehicle is fitted with a robust two-stage turbocharger, providing plenty of performance for any situation. To maintain a secure and maneuverable cabin, the frame is raised higher and stiffer than other fire fighting vehicles, granting it superior off-road stability as well as an elevated, commanding position. The exterior is composed of a full-bodied red paint job that provides efficient temperature insulation. For a comfortable ride, the Captain's seat is upholstered with high-resistant vinyl, providing a comfortable cushioned ride eight hours or more, with no discomfort at all. All instruments are located on a dashboard at the driver's level, giving instant access to all the necessary information for the crew. The LN2-814-31 makes no compromise in quality, featuring a robust yet lightweight design, allowing for fast response times in emergency situations from the best of the best.
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