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American LaFrance Relic
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 No: 5222   Contributor: TheFireman   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: American LaFrance   Country: United States of America
American LaFrance Relic

Hey Pavel, here's the rest of the truck you asked about.
Left side pump panel ALF.
Once located in Bridgeport, Alabama USA. It's been gone for about 1 year now. No idea of it's whereabouts.
Picture added on 25 December 2007
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Mate, that's a classic photo! I only hope someone has it to restore, well done thanks, , , ,

Added by Pavel - Western Australia on 29 December 2007.
how can this be done to a great classic fire engine.

Added by Fireboy on 14 March 2008.
Yes, truly a classic - I grew up with both the open [in Canadian winter!] and closed cab versions. The step-in "Granny Seats" for the crew, facing backwards behind the officer and driver were neat. The local Fire Dept restored a Series 700 for their museum - it's operable. Hope this one has same luck.

Added by Pat_R-B on 29 March 2008.
Excellent!!!

Added by George on 18 November 2008.
Hey Fireman, this is the very truck series that originated the "Little Golden Book" children's library of "The Five Little Firemen." known and loved the world over, , , , ,

Added by Pav on 10 May 2012.
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