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I agree with your MV tally. Although some of the "other" vehicles may have at one time been owned by Uncle Sam as well.I saw one M37 turned brush truck. The rest were all civilian trucks from what I could see. There is a hobby that puts MV Collecting to shame in the dollars and cents category.
. It’d sure be nice to find the top valve for a Barton F300 Fire Pump in that pile. My pump’s valve war broken, bent and busted.On our recent travels, Dianna an I spotted these MV based Fire Trucks in Roby (Fisher County) Texas:
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And, a pile of parts and pieces...
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To be continued......
. This is a R-11 refueling truck, probably ex-Air Force. 6,000 gallon capacity. I remember seeing these lines up waiting their turn to fill a C-5.
I would bet that would fill a swimming pool pretty FAST.
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