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LSB 149
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No: 40756   Contributor:   Year: 2017   Manufacturer: HCB Angus   Country: United Kingdom
LSB 149

HCB Angus built fire engine based on FGK 40 Austin. Western area fire service Scotland, now at Greenock fire Museum
Picture added on 05 October 2017 at 11:50
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A rare breed indeed!

Added by Rob Johnson on 10 October 2017.
One of only three pumping units built by HCB-Angus on the FGK 40 chassis. BAA 778C survives. All three have the same mechanical specification but have slightly different bodies.
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Added by Aidan Fisher on 10 May 2018.
My dad used to drive one of these. Except his was a milk float! Spent many an hour helping him on his milk round. I used to think the Austin milk float was really cool. But I can't believe how ancient it looks now!

Added by Yelp Bullhorn on 13 May 2018.
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