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Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company / PL Custom Titan Medium-Duty Ambulance


Client Name: Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company
County: Kent County
State: Delaware
Vehicle Type: Ambulances
Year: 2011
Manufacturer: PL Custom
Chassis: Built on a 2011 Freightliner M2 extended cab
Lighting: Centered in the lightbar is a Whelen Pioneer 12-volt LED scene light. A pair of Weldon LED scene lights are located on each side and on the rear of the body. In addition there is a Whelen 700 Series red LED light mounted on the interior of the curbside and both rear entry doors. Each rear facing body compartment door is equipped with a 4" amber LED flashing light as well.
Warning Lights: While the primary lightbar is a 55" Whelen Freedom, all individual light heads are Weldon Diamondback LED lights. In addition there are seven Whelen OS LED lights on each side of lower body which serve as warning lights. The DOT marker lights on the body also consist of Whelen OS LED lights.
Module Length: 176"
Interior Height: 72"
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.magnolia55.com
Additional Information: The seating area on each side incorporates a 6" cutback to give personnel additional room to maneuver around the stretcher. At the head of the curbside seating area is a custom three drawer storage unit. Additional storage is provided behind the backrests of the streetside squad. There are several features inside the module that are designed to enhance crew safety. Several LED lights are located in the rear which serve as a heads up indicator that the driver is applying the vehicle's brakes. These lights are located over the rear entry doors, in the action area, and over the attendant seat. In addition there is also a rear facing camera mounted over the attendant seat that allows the driver to monitor actions in the patient compartment as needed. There is also a backup camera above the rear doors that is wired to a ceiling-mounted monitor in the cab. Additional features include On-Spot automatic tire chains, Whelen LED dome lights, Zico Eze-Load oxygen tank lift, illuminated sight poles on the front bumper, and a heavy-duty liner coating in the exterior compartments. The roll-up door compartments behind the cab doors are equipped with SCBA brackets and also allow for the storage of the crew's turnout gear.


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Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company / PL Custom Titan Medium-Duty Ambulance

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Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company / PL Custom Titan Medium-Duty Ambulance

Client Name: Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company
County: Kent County
State: Delaware
Vehicle Type: Ambulances
Year: 2011
Manufacturer: PL Custom
Chassis: Built on a 2011 Freightliner M2 extended cab
Lighting: Centered in the lightbar is a Whelen Pioneer 12-volt LED scene light. A pair of Weldon LED scene lights are located on each side and on the rear of the body. In addition there is a Whelen 700 Series red LED light mounted on the interior of the curbside and both rear entry doors. Each rear facing body compartment door is equipped with a 4" amber LED flashing light as well.
Warning Lights: While the primary lightbar is a 55" Whelen Freedom, all individual light heads are Weldon Diamondback LED lights. In addition there are seven Whelen OS LED lights on each side of lower body which serve as warning lights. The DOT marker lights on the body also consist of Whelen OS LED lights.
Module Length: 176"
Interior Height: 72"
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.magnolia55.com
Additional Information: The seating area on each side incorporates a 6" cutback to give personnel additional room to maneuver around the stretcher. At the head of the curbside seating area is a custom three drawer storage unit. Additional storage is provided behind the backrests of the streetside squad. There are several features inside the module that are designed to enhance crew safety. Several LED lights are located in the rear which serve as a heads up indicator that the driver is applying the vehicle's brakes. These lights are located over the rear entry doors, in the action area, and over the attendant seat. In addition there is also a rear facing camera mounted over the attendant seat that allows the driver to monitor actions in the patient compartment as needed. There is also a backup camera above the rear doors that is wired to a ceiling-mounted monitor in the cab. Additional features include On-Spot automatic tire chains, Whelen LED dome lights, Zico Eze-Load oxygen tank lift, illuminated sight poles on the front bumper, and a heavy-duty liner coating in the exterior compartments. The roll-up door compartments behind the cab doors are equipped with SCBA brackets and also allow for the storage of the crew's turnout gear.