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I got different fotos if I staret this image search, so:I did an "Images" search for "Chevrolet Class 325 Fire Truck" so I could drive myself nuts wanting another style of MV. Real sweet looking 2 axle truck. Clicking on the image then clicking on "Go to page" on this next link may net you some better photos.
Here's a shortened link to the images.
Here's a link to one of the pages and one of the photos off their site http://vehiclesofvictory.com/resources/fire-trucks-of-wwii/
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That should be a fine project, shokunin98; sure hope you'll start a thread about it so we can follow the build.The base of the truck will be a resin kit of Masters Productions, Ref. 35013, Cargo Truck 1 1/2 ton chevy.
And regarding to the parts for the fire truck conversion there is no commercial kit I can buy so I need plans and detailed fotos to scratch it with plastic and metal materials.
Here's a "Second Alarm" video of this same event, but from a different tactical vantage point....I'm going to BUMP this thread with a video "SCAVENGER HUNT" of sorts.
Watch this video and then answer TWO questions:
1. How many Fire Trucks, Rescue Trucks, etc. rollout for this "ALARM"???
2. How many (obviously) former MILITARY VEHICLE based apparatus mustered for this event???
I'm impressed, to say the least.
A lot of blood, sweat, and tears went into the restorations and preservations depicted here.
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