We have little interest in running into burning buildings, but we can imagine being a firefighter has its perks. For starters, those guys and girls get the chance to pilot some seriously incredible machinery. Superlift, Matchbox and Ford got together to create what could very possibly be the world's most bad-ass brush truck using a 2011 F-350 Super Duty as the base chassis. The truck wears an astonishing 10-inch lift and 41-inch Interko IROK tires. A full tube exo-cage helps protect the PPG "Oh So Orange" paint, and a smattering of lights and sirens ensure that everyone will see this emergency vehicle coming.

A full fire-fighting utility bed, complete with water tanks, pumps and hoses, sits ready to take on brush fires and the like, and a front-mounted water canon means that the Matchbox brush truck can tackle flames going and coming. We dig it.

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      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks like it would make a great character in a Transformer movie.
      • 3 Years Ago
      As a firefighter who has a F350 grass rig I will go ahead and says it weighs too much.. it will sink everywhere
      • 3 Years Ago
      Nothing says, "I'm a douchebag," like this does.
      Clarke Bouma
      • 3 Years Ago
      Am I the only one who sees irony in the Matchbox fire truck? I guess these firefighters will never want for work.
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      If you look at this and think, "god I just have to get a giant truck like this" you may be able to save a lot of money and have more utility by researching M35A2 and M35A3's which have been decommissioned. Its not unusual to find a nice running one for 5 to 8K...
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