2012 PL Custom Medium Duty Ambulance
International 4300 PL Custom Medium Duty Ambulance powered by diesel engine, automatic transmission. Air Conditioning, Side entry door, Hinged walk through to front cab from rear. Large and deep outer compartments for backboard and large items, shelving. Cabinet space in box, captains chair with built in child seat, bench seat with storage. side CPR seat, portable O2Storage, locking cabinets, grab rails, led cabinet and compartment lighting, electric and remote o2 gauges and bypass. HVAC system, LED lighting all around body and under body, air horns, scene lighting, electric windows and locks. Strobes, LED warning lights, electronic siren. 166,878 miles. Asking $25,000 OBO. Truck was recently reduced to $25,000.00. Better Call Bob at 877-346-1373, He sells trucks fast!
Originally marketed to farmers the trucks were immediately successful and were sold to businesses in cities as well. Since then International trucks have been sold worldwide and built or assembled in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Germany, Mexico, South Africa, the Soviet Union, and Turkey.
International Harvester also built large numbers of military tactical vehicles between 1941 and 1961. These were not branded “International”. Navistar has built military tactical trucks since 2007. These are branded “International”. Military trucks are not included here.
In 2019 International markets six separate series of medium-duty, heavy-duty, and severe-service trucks with loaded weights from 16,000 to 92,000 pounds (7,300 to 41,700 kg) and up to 140,000 pounds (64,000 kg) including trailers. International also has always built a wide range of custom and specialty use trucks and chassis.
PL Custom Emergency Vehicles/Rescue 1 was founded by Martin V. “Bud” Smock, a true entrepreneur in the emergency vehicle manufacturing industry.
The company originated in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey in 1946 and moved to Brick, New Jersey in the late 1960’s. At that time, the company known as PL Custom Body continued its tradition of top quality ambulance vehicles. The brand of vehicles produced by the company became permanently known as “P & L’s.”
Bud’s forward thinking and passion led to many ambulance and rescue innovations over the years. His vision for the company was to offer high quality customized products, while establishing personalized relationships with each individual customer. With Bud’s passing in 2006, Jean Smock assumed the roll of CEO, maintaining the family-owned business.