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Ford Truck Tank, Fire Brigade Merida, Venezuela
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No: 23589   Contributor: Jose Luis Fernandez Contreras   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: Venezuela
Ford Truck Tank, Fire Brigade Merida, Venezuela

Truck tank, Ford model Cargo 1721, Build Tecnofuego C.A, in service Fire Brigade of Merida City, Republic Bolivarian of Venezuela.
Picture added on 09 June 2010 at 08:47
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Rather nicely executed tilting crew cab on this locally built Ford Cargo tanker.

Although never popular in the UK, Cargo fire trucks are quite common in Venezuela and Brazil because of local production.

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