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UCI 30 - Bombeiros Voluntários de Jaraguá do Sul
Fire Engine Photos
No: 9205   Contributor: Lucas André do Santos   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: Brazil
UCI 30 - Bombeiros Voluntários de Jaraguá do Sul


UCIR 30 - Unidade de Combate a Incêndio e Resgate. Usado em incêndios e resgate veicular.


UCIR 30 - Rescue pumper with tank, in use for firefighting and rescue occurrencies.

Picture added on 15 July 2008
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Underneath that remodelled bumper and grill lies the familiar 20-odd-year-old ford cargo cab. I thought ford ceased production of this cargo model in the early 90s, but obviously this is not the case in some countries.

Added by Alex on 16 July 2008.
Yes you are right, this is still in production in brazil, as are many even older cab designs from the bmc / leyland range, dating back 30 + years or so.

I guess it's down to money, and the bumper looks to be from a sisu, which use many renault parts in there manufacturing.

Got to admit, smart looking piece of kit mind....

Added by John Johnstone on 16 July 2008.
Almost all trucks sold in Brazil are locally manufactured, so fire services mainly choose either VW (really MAN), Scania or these Fords.

These Cargos are also often exported to other South and Central American countries, too, and are quite popular with many of their fire services.

They include various weight capacities and engine choices, including heavier and more powerful versions than were ever marketed in Europe.

Cargos are also still in production in Turkey, and Turkish fire services operate quite a few of them too...

Added by Rob Johnson on 01 April 2018.
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