2008 International Horton Fire Rescue Ambulance | Used Truck Details


2008 International Horton Fire Rescue Ambulance
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Truck Type Ambulances and Transport Units
Manufacturer Horton
Year Built 2008
Mileage 167,000
Location USA - South
Stock # 12099
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  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 12099
  • 2008
  • Horton
  • 4300 International Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Mileage: 167,000
  • Detroit DT466 Diesel Engine
  • Allison Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

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  • Good AC and Heat
    Power Windows
    Power Door Locks
    Electric Mirrors
    Patient Compartment and Reverse Camera
    LED and Strobe Light Emergency Lights
    Front and Rear Light Bars
    Whelen Siren
    Dual Air Horns
    Load Manager System
    Map Book Storage
    12 Volt Power Sources
    Air Dump Suspension Air Ride
    AM/FM CD Radio
    Slide Out Battery Tray
    Medical Refrigerator
    On Board Suction
    On Board O2
    Stretcher Mounts
    CPR Seat
    Rear A/C and Heat
    Locking Meds Compartment
    Wired for Fire Com Head Sets
    Fluorescent and Halogen Ceiling Lights
    Swiveling Attendant Seat with Child Seat Insert
    110 Rear Heat System
    On Board Ventilation System
    Power Compartment Door Locks
    Vanner Inverter with 110 Outlets
    Infectious Waste Compartment
    Squad Bench Storage
    Easy Stock MED Compartment
    Bio Resistant Flooring
    Kusmell Auto Eject Cord Connections
    IV Hooks
    Recessed Ceiling Mounts IV Hooks
    KKK-A-1822 Standard Compliant
    Spot Light
    Glove Box Holders
    Electrical 110 Outlets in MED compartment
    Stainless Steel Rim Covers
    50 Gallon Fuel Tank Capacity

Apparatus Information

  • Since the beginning in 1973, Wheeled Coach has kept its eye on the future; always working with customers to improve upon today's ambulances and rescue vehicles. The goal has been to make emergency vehicles safer for both patient and crew, and at the same time, make them more efficient. Starting with the first van-type ambulance in the industry, the product developments keep on coming.