The Mercedes-Benz L4500S Fire Truck 1940 is a classic pre-war German firefighting vehicle that exudes confidence and expertise. It stands tall and strong with a long body that is balanced on an iconic, wide rubber wheelbase. The deep red paint job emphasizes the vehicles size and rustic style, while the six-branch grille, chromed trim, and ornamental eagle enhance its charming personality. Thanks to its 140 horsepower eight-cylinder engine, the L4500S can reach top speeds of around 58 mph plenty quick to save the day That power is channeled through an impressive five-speed synchromesh manual transmission that allows for smoother gear shifts, while ball joint suspension ensures a smooth ride no matter the road conditions. The vehicle boasts four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes, too, giving it significant stopping power. An array of other features, such as the iconic large-diameter brass signal trumpet, a comprehensive array of lights, vehicle-mounted roof ladders, and a 2800-liter water pumping tank, render the L4500S one of the most well-equipped classic firefighting trucks around.
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