1995 Freightliner New Lexington Pumper
Four door enclosed cab with seating for 5. Powered by a Cummins 300HP and Allison Automatic Transmission. Darley 1250 GPM Pump and 1000 gallon poly water tank. Driver’s side pump panel has the following discharges two 2.5″ and the following intakes one 5″. Officers side pump panel has the following one 2.5″ discharge and the following intakes one 5″ and one 2.5″ and 2 crosslays. The rear of the truck is equipped with two 2.5″ discharge. Full NFPA warning light and siren package as well as diesel generator and midship telescoping lights are included on the truck. This unit won’t last long at with just 21,561 miles its listed at $35,000.00 and is available upon delivery of their new unit. Contact Bob in our office for more details or to schedule an inspection of this unit.
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Manufacturers History: Freightliner Trucks is an American truck manufacturer. Founded in 1929 as the truck-manufacturing division of Consolidated Freightways (from which it derives its name), the company was established in 1942 as Freightliner Corporation. Owned by Daimler AG since 1981, Freightliner is a part of Daimler subsidiary Daimler Trucks North America (along with Western Star, Detroit Diesel, and Thomas Built Buses).
Freightliner produces a range of vans, medium-duty trucks, and heavy-duty trucks; under its Freightliner Custom Chassis subsidiary, the company produces bare chassis and cutaway chassis for multiple types of vehicles. The company popularized the use of cabover (COE) semitractors, with the Freightliner Argosy later becoming the final example of the type sold in North America.
The company is headquartered in Portland, Oregon (the city of its founding); vehicles are currently manufactured in Cleveland and Mount Holly, North Carolina and Santiago Tianguistenco and Saltillo, Mexico.
New Lexington Fire Equipment Company Inc. was an American fire apparatus builder located in Rockwood, Pennsylvania. New Lexington was formed in 1992 and built pumpers, tankers, rescue and a few quints on commercial and custom chassis. The company closed in June 2006.