Gilbertsville Firefighters Invite Bids in Auction of Utility Terrain Vehicle


Have you always wanted to own a fun four wheeler utility terrain vehicle? 

Well, you’re in luck! 

Gilbertsville Fire and Rescue Company in Gilbertsville, PA, is currently auctioning off a 2011 Polaris Ranger 800 four wheeler. It is perfect for a volunteer fire department or a landscaping, agriculture, or construction company! 

This online auction is open to the public at and bidding ends Tuesday, January 9. Pennsylvania residents are able to bid in this government auction online, 24/7. 

Why is this auction important? All of the proceeds from this auction will go right back to the Gilbertsville Fire and Rescue Company. These funds can be used to buy new water hoses, another vehicle, helmets, and other essentials that the fire department needs to fight fires and save the lives of those in dire situations. 

The UTV was purchased to be utilized on trail systems and hard-to-get areas for brush and field fires. The UTV has been equipped with a windshield, roof, hard shell doors, windshield wiper, a winch, and emergency lighting and sirens. This unit has been well cared for and maintained. It is being sold because it is underutilized by the fire department. 

The UTV has 1,357 miles on it and features a Whelen red emergency light on the roof, Whelen red emergency lights installed on the front and rear of vehicle, two scene lights mounted on the rear of the cab, a handheld Whelen siren, and a PA speaker. All emergency lighting will be sold with the vehicle. 

The auction can be viewed online by clicking this link or copying and pasting it into your web browser.

Founded  in 2006, Municibid, a five-time Inc. 5000 member (2018-2022), serves over 5,000 governments and schools across the US who use Municibid to auction off fire trucks, buses, ambulances, heavy machinery, agricultural equipment, and other surplus goods to the public online.

[Editor's Note- The photo above is from the Municibid website and depicts the type of vehicle up for sale. However, we do not know whether it is THE specific vehicle.The information above was provided to The Expression via a press release. ]

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