The Mercedes-Benz L1017 Fire Truck of 1978 is an unabashed giant amongst firefighting vehicles. This rear-mounted diesel engine behemoth is a certified legend, and it has been the cornerstone of German fire response for decades. Measuring in at a colossal 17.6 meters in length, 6.8 meters in height, and boasting a GVW of 27 tonnes, this powerhouse siren-screamer is capable of transporting an impressive 16 firefighters to the scene, and it is fully stocked with cutting-edge suppression equipment and communications technology. The L1017 specifically is powered by a 6.3L diesel engine mated to a manual transmission, capable of propelling the massive fire truck to a top speed of 90km/h. It carries a peak water tank volume of 6000L, and for its time, it was fitted with a 750L/min single-stage rotary turbine pump. The interior of the L1017 is utterly remarkable, with materials and equipment that could really withstand the firefighting forces of the time. In total, it could carry 4,500kg of firefighting gear, and depending on the setup it could have up to on board. Its gigantic 17 meter ladder, which could rotate 360 degrees, allowed the firefighters to reach any height with more ease. Overall, the Mercedes-Benz L1017 Fire Truck of 1978 is a classic example of German engineering. It is an exceptional workhorse, a reliable and effective stalwart of any fire brigade.
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