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North Oyster Fire Dept. E1
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No: 36463   Contributor: Terry Yip   Year: 1990   Manufacturers: Anderson's Engineering , Freightliner   Country: Canada
North Oyster Fire Dept. E1

North Oyster B.C. E-1 is a 1988 Anderson Engineering Freightliner FLL with a 1050 Imperial GPM pump and 1000 imperial gallon water tank.
Picture added on 02 November 2013 at 08:33
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San Francisco also operated some of these commercial Freightliner pumpers in the late 1980s, although at the time most of their engines were Alfies. I have no idea who built the bodywork.

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