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Unknown Dodge K series. 1996.
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No: 18943   Contributor: Chris Hall   Year: 1996   Manufacturer: Dodge   Country: United Kingdom
Unknown Dodge K series. 1996.

This Dodge K series was seen at the Belford vehicle rally in Northumberland back in 1996. It's second owner was Hartlepool Power Station, but I stupidly didn't record it's registration number! Any details anyone?
Picture added on 30 August 2009 at 22:11
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Looking at the reg it could be MVF 629P Ex - Norfolk Dodge K1113/ERF WRL

Added by Phil Reed on 11 September 2009.
I think that it is not MVF 629P. If it is then it received extensive modifications which would have cost a lot of money. For example Norfolk stored their Francis searchlights on the roof, the blue lights were mounted differently and of different types. MVF 629P had a small searchlight where the two tones are in this picture and the main difference has been the addition of the 9 metre ladder on the nearside. Norfolk dodges never carried a 9 metre ladder. Most Norfolk dodges carried a triple extension where this appliance carries a 9m. I might be wrong but from my experience most works brigades operating former local authority appliances never spent a lot of money on modifiying the layout of appliances and if this MVF 629P it has been modified a lot. Please correct me if i am wrong!

Added by Graham on 13 September 2009.
I think you are right Graham even though I would love this to have been an ex-Norfolk machine. The difference that decides it for me is that the fuel filler cap is on the wrong side of the vehicle ( I am looking at a photo of MVF 629P as I type this). I'm sure any further suggestions about the identity of this Dodge would be welcome.

Added by Chris Wood on 13 September 2009.
You're right chaps, case of me zooming in and squinting too hard! There is a pic on Fotopic showing it as KST 825P. Scottish reg, don't know exactly where though.

Added by Phil Reed on 21 September 2009.
Going off a program for Preston Hall 1996. this appliance was MDT 825P an ERF firefighter bodied water tender ladder. ( DT ) is a South Yorkshire registration. Hope this helps solve this, Sadly I've no photo's of it showing it's registration.



Added by Paul Staniland on 21 September 2009.
Well found Phil - nice to know.

Added by Chris Wood on 22 September 2009.
Good try, Phil - you got the experts onto it.

I must admit that both your guess on the Licence Plate, and the correct one, would both look pretty similar...

Nice-looking, workman-like truck and enjoyed her sisters on Fotopic, which had a Norfolk rig, with the "kitty-conered" blue beacons.

Regards, from Canada,
Pat_R-B

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 23 September 2009.
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