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Isle Of Man. Volvo FL10 Foam Tender
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No: 1720   Contributor: Bryan Sweeney   Year: 1999   Manufacturer: Volvo   Country: United Kingdom
Isle Of Man. Volvo FL10 Foam Tender

This appliance was pictured in 1999 at Douglas Fire Station. It was bodies by Nova Scotia & I believe it also Hose Layer as well as a FoT. It has since been replaced by the Volvo appliance in pic 714
Picture added on 11 December 2006
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Basically it looks like a Hose Layer.Anywhere, nice bodywork.

Added by Bomba Boy on 12 December 2006.
Anyone know where this ended up?

Added by Danny Jones on 12 October 2011.
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