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Scania/SK Fire HP Hong Kong
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No: 2801   Contributor: K9   Year: 2006   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: Hong Kong
Scania/SK Fire HP Hong Kong

This Scania is only Hong Kong three axle Hydraulic Platform (HP). Possibly the HKFSD are experimenting the HP on 3-axles. Bodywork is by SK Fire,Singapore. F381. Base station: TSW.
Picture added on 25 April 2007
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The HP looks like a Hilton HP unit. Can anyone tell any info on this truck HP unit?.

Added by Bomba995 on 26 April 2007.
Looks a bit like a strathclyde arp

Added by Rg on 09 May 2010.
Looks more like Taysides ALR

Added by Steve Bonner on 09 May 2010.
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