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FDNY R2 2002 Seagrave Saulsbury Rescue
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No: 36767   Contributor: Phil Gilson   Year: 2013   Manufacturers: E-One, Saulsbury   Country: United States of America
FDNY R2 2002 Seagrave Saulsbury Rescue

This is Rescue 2 assigned to Brooklyn (Each boro of NYC has it's own Rescue Company)

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Picture added on 29 November 2013 at 08:23
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E-ONE Cyclone II chassis. Federal Signal Corp. parent of E-ONE, bought Saulsbury in 1998, and by 2004, fully merged it with E1.

Added by Warren W. Jenkins on 29 November 2013.
Definitely too much turkey before logging on and commenting.

Thanks, Warren

Added by Phil Gilson on 29 November 2013.
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