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Austin Pumper 1954
Fire Engine Photos
No: 652   Contributor: Louis van Telgen   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Austin   Country: The Netherlands
Austin Pumper 1954

This pumper is a Austin FT105/7 with Geesink bodywork and pump. it was built in 1954 and work till 1974 with the firebrigade Loosdrecht in the Netherlands.

Location: Wateringen
Picture added on 29 March 2006
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That's one big Front-Mount Pump - judging by the Suction Hose, and Discharge Connections - for a small truck.

Neat rig, and thanks, for all the other ones that you have posted later - well-worth seeing. (Picture # 15620 onward picture #15700 group)

Great photo.

Regards, From Canada,
Pat_R-B

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 03 March 2009.
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