1992 Toyota Hiace Fire Ambulance
74k Original Miles. 5 Speed. 4x4. High Roof
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Here’s one of the rarest spec Hiaces out there! The LH129 is the longest and tallest factory Hiace, coming in at 16 feet 10 inches bumper to bumper, with an interior standing heigh of 5ft 2 inches. It’s the perfect and more utilitarian alternative to a Benz Sprinter, with an actual proper Hi and Lo speed transfer case, a simple, naturally aspirated DEF and DPF free diesel engine that chugs along at a happy 20-23 mpg. Being a commerical spec Hiace, this is powered by the stout Toyota 3L diesel engine mated to a 5 speed transmission which sends power to the rear wheels, and when 4×4 is engaged, all four wheels. It’s a Toyota factory ambulance with the standard trimmings, including a 3rd passenger jump seat, complete with seatbelt, and 2 jump benches in the back, with storage below, and above. All the rest of the space is left to your imagination, build whatever you’d like or use it as the ultimate shop / work rig. This has loads of cargo space!
1992 Toyota Hiace Japanese Fire Ambulance 4×4
74,000 original miles
5 Speed Manual Transmission with 4 Hi + 4 Lo
AISIN manual locking hubs
Original interior in dark maroon.
Factory Toyota AM/FM Radio
AC + Heat
Rear bench seats that fold up with storage beneath
Rear jump set that folds up, seat belted for third passenger.
Heavy duty rear vinyl flooring with totally flat wooden subfloor
External locking battery compartment with sliding battery tray
Exterior Dimensions: Length 16ft 10″ x 67″ Wide x 8ft 2″ tall
Fire Station writing residue, barely visible
Light scuffing as expected with age.
Various Screw holes on dash / glovebox where ambulance equipment was once attached.