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For Members' Information:

First of all I think the Maine Chief's Assoc. should know how great this site can work. Last month on a Thursday I asked to have a request for an old fire truck for the Waldo Tech Center Fire Program since I'm on the Board of Advisers. By the following Monday I received a call from the Monmouth Chief and within a few weeks the Tech Center had their truck.

Now lets see if it works again: A few departments in Waldo County need extrication equipment and can't afford them. I'm asking if any larger department is getting rid of any for a good price.

Please contact me at # or E-Mail below. Thanks..

Jim Dittmeier
Searsport Fire Chief
548-2302 Station
323-2397 Cell

(listed 10/11/2017) (list until 10/27/2017)


1999 Central States Custom Fire Truck


The City of Bath is accepting bids for the sale of a 1999 Central States Custom Fire Truck with 34,575 miles. This truck is being sold as is, where is, without any guarantees or warranties.

Pump Hours: 2,969
Power: 330 HP Cummings in-line six. Turbocharged 950 foot pounds of torque at 1300 rpm
Transmission: Allison 3060p 5 speed auto
Waterous Single Stage Pump: 1250 gpm @ 1623RPM
Water Tank: 1000 gallon UPF Poly Tank
Last Pump Test: August 2016

Disclosure: This unit was taken out of service due to a defective steering gear and shaft. Steering does not return to neutral consistently.

The fire truck is available at the Bath Fire Department, 864 High Street, Bath, ME., for inspection. History and maintenance records are also available at the Bath Fire Department.

All bids will be addressed to the City Manager and received at the Office of the City Clerk, 55 Front Street, Bath, Maine No Later than Friday, October 27 at 2:00 PM. at which time, the Bids will be read aloud publicly.

Specifications are available on the City of Bath Web Page and at the City Clerk's Office.

The City of Bath reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid that it may deem to be in its best interests, including the right to negotiate additional terms and conditions as may be appropriate and in the City's interest, with any particular bidder.

Questions may be directed to Lawrence Renaud at the Bath Fire Department (207) 443-5034.