The Mercedes-Benz LP813-32 Fire Truck 1978 is a highly reliable and powerful machine that stands out for its incredible strength and endurance. It is a four-wheel drive fire vehicle made with the highest grade steel, which allows it to provide superior performance in a variety of terrains and extreme weather conditions. The truck comes with three axles and a low 4.5-metre wheelbase, making it a perfect choice for urban firefighting. It also features a powerful Deutz F8L413 engine, capable of producing an output of 412 hp. Its 12-speed manual transmission can reach a top speed of 114 km/h, providing a fast and reliable response during an emergency. The Mercedes-Benz LP813-32 Fire Truck 1978 is also equipped with several impressive safety features. Its hydraulic brakes provide reliable, confident stopping power when arriving to a potential emergency and on-board safety systems ensure that the truck is always safe in the most extreme conditions. It boasts a wide array of impressive fire equipment, including a pressure regulator, built-in standpipe, a fully retracted roof ladder, onboard lighting, a fire pump, and a water cooled air cushioned protection system. The truck is also fitted with a range of convenient and useful features that make it an effective and efficient tool for firefighting, such as an emergency escape window, an interior work area, and radio communication. This versatile and reliable truck is a great choice for any fire department, and its proven strength and reliability make it a worthy choice for a long and successful firefighting career.
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