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Used Fire Trucks For Sale

Browse our inventory of used fire trucks and firefighting equipment for sale by Fire Line Equipment, fire departments, rescue companies and fire apparatus dealers. We will be happy to assist you if you have not found the used fire truck that meets your fire departments needs after searching through our available pre-owned inventory. We only advertise, buy & sell quality used fire apparatus that are ready for service with a new owner.


We carry a full line of pumpers, aerials, rescues, tankers, brush trucks, hazmat vehicles, ambulances, specialty apparatus, skid units and new factory E-ONE stock trucks. We buy, sell and specialize in all makes of emergency equipment and used fire trucks. Fire Line Equipment has been working with fire departments in either buying or selling used fire trucks since 2005.

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About Our Advertised Used Fire Trucks

Disclaimer: Apparatus and firefighting equipment specifications are provided to Fire Line Equipment by the sellers. Consequently Fire Line Equipment makes no claim as to their accuracy and all used inventory / equipment specifications are subject to inspection and verification by the fire truck buyer.


All apparatus and firefighting equipment are sold as-is, where-is unless otherwise noted by the seller / owner of the used fire trucks and equipment. We only list quality, certified and ready for service used and demo fire trucks from volunteer, paid fire departments and used fire truck dealers.


Many of our used fire truck listings are from manufacturers such as: E-One, Seagrave, Pierce, American LaFrance, Sutphen, LTI, Squrt, Telesqurt, Crimson, Aerialscope, Freightliner, International, Mack, 4 – Guys, S&S, KME, HME, Sutphen, GMC, Ford, Dodge, Spartan, Duplex, Braun, McCoy-Miller, Medtec, and Medic Master.

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