The hosting costs of websites on this system have historically been covered by advertising. However changes in the way people use the internet, including ad-blocking mean that the revenues no longer cover the expenses. For this reason we will be closing this website within the next two months unless we can find a different model. If any users of the site would be interested in the possibility of taking this incredible archive or pictures and comments over including paying for hosting, please get in touch.
We use cookies to track visitor statistics and personalise adverts. This info is shared with Google. Only use the site if you agree to this. OK, I agree
Librapix Link

Fire Engines Photos

Upload a Picture About this Site | Links | Random Pic | Advanced Search Home | Latest Additions | Contributors | Visitors
F351OJE Range Rover
Fire Engine Photos
No: 20859   Contributor: Chris Hall   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Carmichael   Country: United Kingdom
F351OJE Range Rover

I think this was at Elvington. Despite only photographing this in 2008, I can't for the life of me remember where it was!!
Picture added on 30 November 2009 at 16:16
add commentComments:
Looks like the Imperial War Museum at Duxford to me.

Added by Adam Floyd on 01 December 2009.
Its Duxford's. I own the twin to this.

Added by Walt davis on 20 December 2009.
Thanks Gentlemen.

Added by Chris Hall Teesside. UK. on 21 December 2009.
Chris, I think Duxford have had this a long time, I photographed it ten years ago.

Added by John Stott on 22 December 2009.
I've owned mine since 2001, it came out of service before this one did. This one was 09AY92 mine 09AY93. I believe they have just bought another one.
My Six Appeal Wheel Group were at Duxford in the summer celebrating our 5th anniversary in June.

Added by Walt davis on 22 December 2009.
Is the third axle driven, or a dead axle?

Added by Rob Johnson on 10 March 2018.
I believe they were trailing axles therefore dead. Certainly the Carmichael bodied Range Rovers were 6x4 not 6x6 but this one may be Gloster Saro who bodied TACRs, the military ones.

Added by Petros on 13 March 2018.
I believe the TacR 2s were 6X4s and had to be modified to be CAA certified.

Added by Neal Glover on 14 March 2018.
They were 6x4

Added by Andy Fish on 15 March 2018.
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.


Your Name

Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.


L820WGA Carmichael Cobra, Duxford frontL820WGA Carmichael Cobra, DuxfordARFF Accra Carmichael Cobra 2 at Prestwick AirportCarmichael Cobra 2 at Prestwick AirportH919DOR, Carmichael Cobra 6x6 foam tenderThe new Cobra 3Carmichael Cobra 2 at Edinburgh AirportCarmichael Cobra II at Edinburgh AirportCarmichael Cobra
My Album Admin Login | Terms & Copyright | Try our site about Dream Cars