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Singapore Ladder AEC Regent III Merryweather
Fire Engine Photos
No: 3370   Contributor: Frank van der Weerden   Year: 1997   Manufacturer: AEC   Country: Singapore
Singapore Ladder AEC Regent III Merryweather

TTL22 100ft AEC Regent III/Merryweather SG1112B > Y1665T 1954-1973 preserved
Picture added on 12 June 2007
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Interesting - it would seem that the first batch of Maudslay Regent III chassis P61001-11L were all petrol engined and converted to normal control!

Added by Allan T Condie on 29 April 2009.
I've seen this appliance featured during the Central Fire Station celebration few months back.

Added by Bomba Boy on 29 September 2009.
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