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Bedford CF2/Fulton & Wylie LFA
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No: 2180   Contributor: Archie McKinnon   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Bedford   Country: United Kingdom
Bedford CF2/Fulton & Wylie LFA

1985 Bedford CF2/Fulton & Wylie, Light Fire Appliance, built for Highland & Islands Fire Brigade Scotland, Spent most of its working life at Dunvegan Fire Station on Isle of Skye, Now preserved.
Picture added on 10 February 2007
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is that dodge next to it C226RSC ex lothian and borders and airport fire cadets?
if so can u put more pics of that up as that is the appliance i trained with for 4 years at the YFA cadets

Added by Jamie Percival on 11 February 2007.
see picture #1246 for it @ truckfest 2006

Added by LFCjeanette on 12 February 2007.
that is c226rsc which is now preserved, and looked after, will never be used as a limo all going well, should be at truckfest2007 along with other preserved vehicles in the group, including the bedford in this photo

Added by Gary Merose on 17 February 2007.
does it still have the amber light on the roof and do you have any recent pics of it. i saw it at east fortune airshow when i was there with the airport fire service YFA

Added by Jamie Percival on 18 February 2007.
hi Jamie, it does still have the amber light on the roof, i do not intend to remove it as it is part of the vehicles history, i have removed the chrome wheel trimms.I don't have any recent photos yet but will take some once i have painted the wheels.

Added by Gary Merose on 19 February 2007.
cheers gary does it still start first time. what we realised after going to greenock for the fire & water show, we realised that all she needs is a long run once in a while n she goes like a rocket(for her age) however i did find the gears iffa and one of our cadets stalled it putting it into PTO as u had to put in 5th gear, flick the switch n tht was it.

Added by Jamie Percival on 02 May 2007.
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