The Mercedes-Benz L2626K 6x6 Fire Truck 1979 is a classic heavy-duty fire apparatus that has been designed to endure and excel in challenging situations. It is powered by robust inline 6-cylinder Daimler-Benz OM312 diesel engines, and boasts a potent 296 horsepower. As its name implies, the vehicle is designed as a 6x6, six wheel drive truck and is a powerful and reliable all-terrain vehicle, with robust all-wheel drive and perfect balance of weight for improved performance. The truck boasts an impressive 14-ton gross load capacity and a 9.0-ton payload. The truck features two 130-litre water tanks situated in the back of the truck, as well as an additional 3,000-litre water tank located near the cab. As a fire truck, the L2626K also houses a high-pressure fire-fighting pump, with maximum delivery of 2,800 liters/min at 8 bars. In terms of the exterior design, the truck has a steel-reinforced front fascia, with a bold yellow and black livery. It also has large side-view mirrors, while its fender-mounted lights provide strong auxiliary lighting. The interior is equipped with a comfortable and ergonomic interior, with a large driver's seat and separate passenger seating for five. It also boasts a central control panel with a range of gauges, which provide the driver or operator with vital information regarding the truck's operation. The L2626K 6x6 Fire Truck 1979 is an iconic and timeless fire truck and is widely considered to be the epitome of Mercedes-Benz engineering excellence. It has been designed to be a reliable and efficient all-terrain vehicle, which is capable of enduring even the most demanding operations.
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