The Mercedes-Benz L2224 6x4 Fire Truck 1984 is a powerhouse firefighting vehicle that has stood the test of time. Its iconic design requires no introduction, and its classic shape is unmistakable. The chassis of the L2224 features a 6x4 all wheel drive configuration, giving it the power and agility needed for any terrain. Powering the L2224 is a 7.1 Liter Diesel engine, capable of producing 350 horsepower and 810lb-ft of torque. This engine is coupled to an 8-speed manual transmission, allowing for a smooth and powerful ride. The suspension on the L2224 is designed to handle the rugged environment that firefighting vehicles are placed in. It features an independent front suspension with leaf springs in the rear, providing excellent handling despite the 6x4 configuration. When it comes to firefighting capabilities, the L2224 had all the features to become the go-to vehicle. It has a built in 1,200-liter aluminum water tank and 15-meter-long inner gutter along the sides of the truck, allowing for spraying up to a 20-meter distance. The L2224 also has a 40m3/min foam delivery pump and a telescoping 90-meter ladder that can be operated either manually or electrically. The L2224 is one of the most iconic firefighting vehicles, and its timeless design makes it a perfect piece for any car enthusiast.
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