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Norfolk ET
Fire Engine Photos
No: 10665   Contributor: Stephen Kirkpatrick   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz   Country: United Kingdom
Norfolk ET

Pictured during the 2005 fire expo at the NEC in Birmingham, prior to going on the run in Norfolk at Kings Lynn fire station now registered AY55ERZ is the new Emergency Tender based on a Mercedes-Benz Econic chasis with TVAC Plastisol bodywork. having sat in it at the show, the drivers legroom is very tight for a 6 foot person like myself.
Picture added on 04 September 2008
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nice ert merc econic chassis usually i see these as lps in london

Added by Jake Caswell on 05 October 2008.
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