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Scania and FirePac
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No: 278   Contributor: Ron Hozack   Year: 2005   Manufacturers: Austral Specialised Vehicles, Scania   Country: Australia
Scania and FirePac

Here are 2 New South Wales Fire Brigades Pumpers 1 Scania about 2 years old and an Austral Fire Pac about 7 years old. (an Australian designed truck this one is an early 2 door model, it carries a crew of 6) The Scania is used mainly in city locations and carries a crew of 6. Based in Sydney Australia.
Picture added on 20 October 2005
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Yes it is an australian body normally these are designed using CAD and 3 different Australian body builders build the bodies.

Added by Ron Hozack on 20 October 2005.
Hi Ron, the bodywork of the Scania is that Australian built ??

Added by Marcel Sloover on 20 October 2005.
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