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Portugal wildland tanker
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No: 2961   Contributor: Saully   Year: 1994   Manufacturer: Volvo   Country: Portugal
Portugal wildland tanker

This tanker is stationed at a fire station in Portugal where wildland fire usually occurs. I am not sure who built it? Anyone know what is its chassis?
Picture added on 10 May 2007
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it is a savium which is from france

Added by Chris Parton on 10 May 2007.
It looks like a Volvo F88

Added by John on 11 May 2007.
Bv zambujal means bombeiros volunt�rios do zambujal-volunteer fire dept of zambujal. Its a little village near coimbra-centre of portugal. Chassis: volvo f88 certainly a second-hand truck. Or 100% buyed to a petrol company (bp shell etc) or the tank is new in an old chassis. Script on doors: 1136:firedeptnationalcode- 02 serial no, in that dept. Vttu urban tactical tank vehicule

Added by Bxavier/portugal on 25 June 2007.
Zambujal its a small village near Lisbon (Loures county), not in the center of Portugal.

Added by Xenical_ on 30 June 2007.
Hi John! The cab is not a F88 cab, the F88 cab is bigger! It`s a F85 or a F86!

Anders F. Sweden.

Added by Anders Fallström on 08 November 2014.
The badge on the door reads F85, which seems to be a rather useful clue...

It could be a local body, but it might also very easily be a truck which saw previous service as a tanker in its native Sweden. Did they use tankers like this, Anders?

Added by Rob Johnson on 09 April 2018.
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