2006 Wheeled Coach Ford E-450 Ambulance | Used Truck Details


2006 Wheeled Coach Ford E-450 Ambulance
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Rent for $/mo
Truck Type Ambulances and Transport Units
Manufacturer Wheeled Coach
Year Built 2006
Mileage 28,000
Location USA - Northeast
Stock # 17467
Price Sold and Delivered
  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 17467
  • 2006
  • Wheeled Coach Fire Body
  • E-450 Ford Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Mileage: 28,000
  • PowerStroke 6.0L Diesel Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

Electrical - Lighting

  • Whelen LED Light Package

    Right Side Scene Lights

    Left Side Scene Lights

    Rear Scene Lights


  • KKK Certified

    Stryker Stretcher

    On Board Oxygen

    On Board Suction

    On Board Vanner Inverter

    ENGEL Fridge/Freezer

    EMT Seat

    Child Restraint Seat

    Dual A/C

    Power Windows

    Power Locks

    Power Steering

    Power Brakes


    Chrome Wheels

    New Tires

    Safety inspected & Fully serviced Sept 2023


Apparatus Information

  • Crafted in the world’s largest ambulance manufacturing plant in Winter Park, Florida, Wheeled Coach ambulances are uniquely tailored to every order. This ensures crews have access to vehicles that best fit the demands of their department. Plus, it allows responders to utilize the ambulance in ways that help them save lives, no matter what the scene calls for. Backed by REV Group, a 2+ billion-dollar company, Wheeled Coach proudly employs hard-working men and women, including our Veterans, who continue to innovate the way ambulances are built. All of this is accomplished with a strong focus on customization, consistency, and dependability. Wheeled Coach is a division of the REV Group.

  • With under 50,000 miles, this piece of apparatus has lots of life remaining to respond to emergencies in your department.

  • 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 make them more efficient. Starting with the first van-type ambulance in the industry, the product developments keep on coming.