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Feuerwehr Lontzen, Belgium

A collection of fire engines and other vehicles all based in the city of Lontzen, Belgium.
Feuerwehr Lontzen Honda HR-V This is a 2009 Honda HR-V Command car. This unit is in service with the Fire brigade Lontzen in Belg...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Volkswagen T3 The Fire brigade Lontzen (Belgium) uses this 1990 Volkswagen T3 Transporter as a personnel carrier. ...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Mercedes Ecovan A 1988 Mercedes Benz 609D Ecovan from the Fire brigade Lontzen Belgium.
Feuerwehr Lontzen Renault Water carrier This is a former vehicle from the Fire brigade Brussels (P36). It's a 1985 Renault GR231 watercarrie...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Volvo Watercarrier This is the other watercarrier from the Fire brigade Lontzen (Belgium). This 1989 Volvo FL10 has 150...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Mercedes Vanassche pump The Belgium company Vanassche has built this appliance in 1996 on a Mercedes Benz 1124F chassis. Nex...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Mercedes Rosenbauer pump This Mercedes Benz 1120 F Rosenbauer pump was built in 1991 and came into service with the Fire brig...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Mercedes Sprinter Somati On a Mercedes Benz 515 CDi chassis the Belgium company Somati built this rescue unit. There is a sma...
Feuerwehr Lontzen Mercedes Somati Rescue unit On a Mercedes Benz 515 CDi chassis the Belgium company Somati built this rescue unit. There is a sma...
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