1990 Ford F700 Central States Walk In Rescue
Powered by a Ford 429 gas engine and manual transmission, this Ford F700 Central States walk in rescue would make a great starter rescue for a department working on a budget. With the walk-in body, this used rescue has an 6.5kW Gas generator, telescoping lights, electric cord reel and ample storage along with a front mount winch. Listed for just $15,000 or reasonable offer. Contact us today at 877-346-1373 to learn more! SALE PENDING!
Central States History
Harold Boer, who owned a repair shop and who was also the chief of the Lyons Volunteer Fire Department, built his first fire truck in 1977 for his hometown department. Over the years, Boer refurbished some fire trucks and in 1982, Harold and Helen Boer formed the Central States Fire Apparatus Company.
The company officially delivered its first pumper to Tea, South Dakota. They built pumpers, tankers and rescue units on both commercial and custom chassis.
In 1998, Central States was acquired by Rosenbauer America. In 2000, when Rosenbauer acquired RK Aerials, the Central States Division started producing aerial trucks.