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New Zealand Scania / Mills Tui
Fire Engine Photos
No: 31020   Contributor: David Miller   Year: 1997   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: New Zealand
New Zealand Scania / Mills Tui

The first of 50 P94DB heavy pumps built for the NZ Fire Service by Mills Tui (another example was built by them for Waiau Pa who are now part of the NZ Fire Service but at the time of delivery were a rural fire party, this was also the only example to receive this simple but in my opinion attractive livery. Delivered in 1997 unfortunately this marking scheme was quickly replaced with the same livery as seen on all other examples (one Auckland example received yellow/black striping but this too was short lived).
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