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JRG 1 Cracow Poland GBARt 2,5 / 16 Volvo
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No: 32929   Contributor: Patryk Wróbel   Year: 2012   Manufacturer: Volvo   Country: Poland
JRG 1 Cracow Poland GBARt 2,5 / 16 Volvo

GBARt 2,5 / 16 Volvo - Medium rescue - fire-fighting engine with 2500 liters of water tank, 250 l fuel tank foam, pump capacity 1600 l / min. Body built by "Specialist Vehicles Zbigniew Szczesniak SP. Z OO ", 1 +1 +4 cabin.
On-board portable generator 6kW mast lighting, ventilation unit, 10m retractable ladder, front winch (6,000kg towing capacity).
Picture added on 13 September 2012 at 09:17
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