Gear: Wheeled Coach E-450 Chassis type 3

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Wheeled Coach E-450 Chassis type 3

Wheeled Coach
Category: Apparatus
Subcategory: Ambulances
Average Rating:
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(9 Votes)
Description:

163"L x 95"W x 72"Headroom STANDARD FEATURES: Whelen halogen lighting system, Whelen 4500 series lightbar, Whelen WS-295-HFSA1 siren, twin 100 watt siren speaker drivers, recessed corner cap lighting, PureAir HVAC air filtration system, seamless upholstery, captain's chair style attendant's seat, on-board vacuum sytem with suction container, two oxygen outlets, locking RF storage cabinet, splint cabinets over squadbench, CPR side seat, poured acrylic action area trays, biowaste disposal area in action area, recessed fiberglass headliner, LonPlate flooring, stair chair storage area in LF compartment, inside/outside access to left rear compartment, running boards with grip strut, stainless steel wheelcovers, perko IV hooks, pre-wired for strobes and inverter, Ferno-Washington 175-4 dual position cot mount, AVW Grille System, printed circuit board with LED diagnostics. CHASSIS: Ford E-450 cut-away, 158" WB, 14,050# GVWR, 6.0L turbo diesel power stroke, 5-speed automatic Torque Shift transmission, 55 gallon fuel tank, tilt/cruise, power windows/locks, AM/FM radio with clock, cloth captains chairs, carpeted cab flooring.

Member Reviews

  • Tn_100_0825_max30
    Granthamvfd, Mon, 14 Jan 2008 00:01:20 UTC.
    1st review

    It is one of the best Units I have been in so far.

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    deleted_profile3, Thu, 17 Jan 2008 23:58:26 UTC.

    excellent unit rides well

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  • Gear1_max30
    ahk_51, Tue, 11 Mar 2008 03:37:54 UTC.

    Great fire dept. apparatus!! We use this vehicle as our #1 EMS (MFR) rig and hasn't failed us yet.

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  • 100_0267_max30
    Capt_Womble, Thu, 14 Aug 2008 12:38:47 UTC.

    smooth ride all the time

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  • Aa6e89f561d0434c9d5e491a4d740d38_1__max30
    gb2950, Sun, 17 Aug 2008 04:53:00 UTC.

    Not a bad bus. Just slow!!

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  • Paramedic__terri__jackie_max30
    little_tx_brat, Sat, 06 Sep 2008 20:47:22 UTC.

    This is what all our ambulances are. The one thing I really hate is the way the walls in the patient compartment crack on our caliche roads. Otherwise...great trucks.

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  • Star_of_life_max30
    MaddyMedic1, Mon, 22 Sep 2008 17:22:13 UTC.

    I spent the better part of the last 12 years in the back of one of these vehicles and I will say it was adequate. However, the patient compartment was lacking in space for equipment and room for both crew and patients. It was cost effective for the company as we had 28 ambulances and 2 critical care transport vehicles so it would cost millions to have a fleet of Freight Liners or Med-Tecs. All in all not the worst, but not the best either...

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  • N153500597_30257653_8532_max30
    Firemedic6, Tue, 24 Feb 2009 13:44:25 UTC.

    Good unit but some minor flaws with the Desgin and Cabinets.

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  • 2008_141_max30
    AIT, Thu, 12 Nov 2009 01:54:40 UTC.

    Great power, great usable space and work areas!

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