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1986 Boardman GMC 4x4 Commercial Pumper
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1986 Boardman GMC 4x4 Commercial Pumper
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Truck Type Used Pumpers and Engines
Manufacturer Boardman
Year Built 1986
Mileage 27,599
Location USA - South
Stock # 18610
Price $7,500

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General Specs

  • Stock#: 18610
  • 1986
  • Boardman Fire Body
  • C6000 GMC Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Length: 24'
  • Truck Height: 8'
  • GVWR: 33,200
  • Seating for 3;
  • Mileage: 27,599
  • Detroit Diesel Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Waterous 750 GPM Side-Mount Pump
  • 1000 Gallon Steel Tank
  • Driver's Side Discharges: (2)
  • Driver's Side Suction: (1)
  • Rear Suction: (1)

Electrical - Lighting

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Apparatus Information

  • The Boardman Company was a fire apparatus manufacturer located in Oklahoma City and Clinton, Oklahoma. John Boardman (1866-1940) purchased the Wylie Company in 1908 and renamed it the Boardman Company in 1910. Unlike other apparatus builders, Boardman started as an iron and steel fabricator specializing in bridges, water towers, oil rigs and other metal products, including signs and mailboxes. The company didn't build its first fire truck until 1929. Fire apparatus became a full product line soon after, and in 1949 Boardman started marketing its products on a larger scale. Boardman specialized in straightforward "Plain Jane" commercial cab apparatus, and delivered hundreds of trucks throughout the US Midwest and West. In the 1960s, a partnership with Pitman Snorkel added aerial platforms to the product line, and by the 1970s, some aerial trucks equipped with Grove ladders were delivered. Boardman acquired Readi-Tower from Reading Techmatics in 1984 and added booms and telescopic platforms. Readi-Tower was sold to Aerial Innovations in the early 1990s. In the mid-1990s, Boardman was acquired by the Sinor Manufacturing Company and moved to a new manufacturing facility in Clinton. It was renamed Boardman Emergency Vehicles in 1995. In 1998, both Sinor and Boardman were purchased by American LaFrance and fire truck production transferred to North Carolina in 2002. The Clinton operation became an ambulance plant and service center until ALF experienced financial difficulties in the late 2000s.
    http://fire.wikia.com/wiki/Boardman_Company

  • This old fire truck would make a good collector's rig, or parade piece for a Volunteer Fire Department, or a Fire Fighter who just wants their own rig to make local appearances.


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