2012 Freightliner Toyne Top Mount Pumper
Seating for 2 with 1 SCBA seats. Powered by Cummins ISL9 350HP engine and Allison Automatic Transmission. Hale 1000 GPM Pump and 1000 gallon poly water tank. The truck is equipped with a ladder rack mounted on the office side and crosslays. Full NFPA warning light and siren package. This truck has 48,212 miles. Available for immediate delivery. Call Bob at 717-354-8106 for more details or to schedule an inspection of this unit today.
Manufacturers History: As a family-owned business headquartered in the heartland of the USA, Toyne takes pride in building custom fire and rescue apparatus for departments of all sizes across North America and remains committed to the highest standard of quality in everything we do. What began in 1942 as a small custom fire apparatus business in small-town Breda, Iowa, is now one of the most respected and fastest-growing custom fire truck manufacturers in the country. Today the company is run by brothers Mike and Bill Schwabe—sons of Roger Schwabe, a long-time Toyne employee who purchased the company from Gib Toyne in 1978.
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.