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Magirus Deutz ladder Lier Fire brigade
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No: 27260   Contributor: Eddie Vos   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Magirus Deutz   Country: Belgium
Magirus Deutz ladder Lier Fire brigade

Magirus Deutz ladder Lier Fire brigade Belgium
Picture added on 07 March 2011 at 20:11
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The famous Eckhauber or "square nose" Magirus.

This dates back to the day when every Magirus fire appliance was 100% Magirus - chassis, air-cooled diesel engine, cab, bodywork, ladder and - if it had one - the pump too, all designed and built by the same firm.

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